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What's New in LastPass Enterprise

Keep track of what's going on with LastPass Enterprise and learn about our newest features and changes! Don't forget to check out our latest updates to the Active Directory Connector for LastPass.

Release date LastPass account type Feature Changes included
May 22, 2018 All except Free iOS support for YubiKey If you protect your LastPass account with YubiKey as your Multifactor Authentication option, you can now authenticate using an iOS device that is NFC-enabled (iPhone 7 or newer and running iOS 11 or later) to log in to LastPass from your mobile device or desktop. Learn more in our blog post and view detailed instructions for using YubiKey Multifactor Authentication.
May 17, 2018 All Microsoft Authenticator Support LastPass now supports Microsoft Authenticator as a Multifactor Authentication option. If your business is using Microsoft Authenticator to protect other services, users can now enable Microsoft Authenticator for extra security of their LastPass Vaults, too. As an admin, you can also require the use of Microsoft Authenticator by policy. Learn more in our blog post and view detailed instructions for enabling the use of Microsoft Authenticator with LastPass.
Apr. 10, 2018 Enterprise OneLogin user directory integration LastPass Enterprise now supports OneLogin as a directory sync option. If you’re using OneLogin as your company’s user directory, our new SCIM endpoint allows you to sync users from OneLogin for easy account provisioning, deprovisioning, and group management in LastPass. Learn more in our blog post, and see our admin manual for instructions on how to enable the integration.
Feb. 06, 2017 Enterprise “Account lockout” event in User Activity Reports A new event type has been added to the reporting logs in your admin dashboard. When a user reaches 6 failed login attempts, they are temporarily locked out of their account and the new event, “Account lockout,” is logged for that user. Note that you can change the number of acceptable failed login attempts through the “Restrict Lockout Attempts” policy.
Nov. 16, 2017 Enterprise Okta user directory integration LastPass Enterprise now integrates with your user directory in Okta to automatically onboard and off-board users to LastPass. Based on a user's status in Okta, you can instantly grant and revoke employee access to passwords. Learn more in our blog post or dive into the details in the admin manual.
Nov. 16, 2017 Enterprise Microsoft Azure Active Directory integration Using Azure AD as your user directory? Now, LastPass can integrate with Azure AD to automatically provision users to LastPass, sync user groups, and deprovision users from LastPass. By supporting your chosen Identity Provider, we're helping you deploy faster, reduce security risks, and centralize oversight of employee authentication. Learn more in our blog post and view the configuration guide in the admin manual.
Nov. 16, 2017 Enterprise Custom admin role Not all admins need all privileges. Starting today, you can create customized admin roles to designate access to IT helpdesk and other staff members. Day-to-day management of LastPass is easier, and more secure, when you can grant custom permissions to LastPass Enterprise. Learn more in our blog post and view detailed instructions in the admin manual.
Nov. 16, 2017 Enterprise New policy: "Save Personal Sites to Personal Vault" LastPass has long helped manage both work and personal passwords, with the convenient option to "link" a personal LastPass account to an Enterprise account. With our new policy, LastPass automatically detects the email address used when an employee registers for a new Site, and saves the credentials to the right Vault. Work and personal passwords end up in the right place, effortlessly. Learn more in our blog post and see our full list of policies.
Nov. 16, 2017 Enterprise Premium as a Perk Package Give employees the gift of peace of mind and help them take good password habits home. By adding a LastPass Premium package to your Enterprise purchase, you can make an investment in your employees' personal security – which directly translates to better corporate security, too. See our blog post or use the Contact Us option on your admin dashboard to learn more.
May 19, 2017 All LastPass Authenticator, now with backup! We always recommend turning on Multifactor Authentication for added security. Now, users can back up their LastPass Authenticator data to their LastPass account. When upgrading or restoring an iOS or Android phone, all LastPass Authenticator data can be synced automatically, without having to re-pair any accounts. Learn more in our blog post and view detailed instructions for using the LastPass Authenticator and the new cloud backup feature.
Apr. 12, 2017 Enterprise Updates to the Groups tabs Enterprise admins will now see an updated Groups tab featuring a new design. Whether groups are imported from AD or created manually, the new look and feel offers better navigability and improved management of your users at scale. Learn more in our blog post.
Apr. 10, 2017 Enterprise Updates to the Users tab The Enterprise admin dashboard just keeps getting better! The new design and improved navigation in the Users tab allow admins to effortlessly deploy LastPass, manage users at a global and granular level, and oversee adoption across the organization. Learn more in our blog post.
Jan. 16, 2017 All New design for in-field icon We're introducing a new design for the LastPass in-field icon menu. Now, when users click the in-field icon, they'll notice a refreshed design that's consistent with the updates we've been making to LastPass in the Vault, web browser extension menu, and mobile apps. We're deprecating the green "save site" bar that prompts a user to save new logins in favor of intuitive pop-ups. We've also introduced improved logic, so we're only prompting users when appropriate. These changes are first rolling out to personal users of Google Chrome, and will soon be available to Teams and Enterprise users. Learn more in our blog post.
Jul. 15, 2016 Enterprise Command Line update Version 1.1.0 of the Command Line Interface (CLI) tool is now available, with support for import, read-only attachments, and user-customizable formatting.
Jul. 15, 2016 Enterprise AD Sync Client update Active Directory Sync Client v2.1.269 is available. This version incorporates a number of bug fixes and an automatic update function. Learn more and download now.
Jul. 15, 2016 Enterprise Command Line update Version 1.0.0 of the Command Line Interface (CLI) tool is now available, with support for Secure Notes.
Jul. 15, 2016 Teams and Enterprise Custom Secure Notes Now you can create your own custom templates in Secure Notes. There are several options for types of fields that you can use to build templates that meet the unique needs of your business. Some ideas include templates for network users, firewalls, routers, emergency contacts, APIs, and more. Learn more in our blog post.