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Secret Server 1.1 makes the Daily Grind

Mike Gunderloy, one of our early adopters, has
added our
Secret Server 1.1 release to the
Daily Grindtoday!This is a huge compliment from a guru in tools,
development and the developer community. Thanks Mike!

If you don’t know about the Daily
Grind
, read all about it here.

Jonathan Cogley isthe CEO and founder of
thycotic, a .NET consulting company and ISV in Washington DC. thycotic has
just released
Thycotic Secret Server which is a secure web-based solution to both “Where is my Hotmail
password?” and “Who has the password for our domain name?”. Secret Server
isthe leader in secret management and sharing within companies and
teams.

  1. http://
    March 28, 2006 at 7:21 pm

    Is this a web application or a desktop application?

  2. Jonathan Cogley
    March 28, 2006 at 9:22 pm

    It is a web application so you can access it from anywhere with a web browser.

    We have a desktop client in the works that will use published web services from the web application.

    You can download Secret Server and install it whereever you like – on your laptop, company network or a hosting provider.

  3. Mitch Denny
    April 1, 2006 at 9:08 am

    Hi Jonathan,

    Cool idea, I’d love to see you take it further. I think it needs a few things in a future release.

    Current Adoption Blockers:

    No caching desktop client (I can’t always access the companies server at a client site).

    Nice to Haves:

    Sync with my Pocket PC.

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