Admins of a business plan have the ability to apply special settings and policies that will enable or disable certain features in Dashlane for all members of their plan.
These settings can be found under the Settings tab on the Admin Console. This tab is visible only to business admins, not to billing contacts or team members.
To enable or disable particular settings, simply toggle the button next to them. Please note that enabling or disabling these settings affects all users on the plan, including the admins.
- Business space domains
- Move company items to business space
- Remove company items for revoked users
- Automatically log out if inactive for
- Auto-lock on exit
- Secure sharing for passwords and notes
- Emergency contacts
- Enforce two-factor authentication (2FA)
- SAML Provisioning
- SAML SSO
- Active Directory Integration
- Account Recovery
Business space domains
Setting the company's domains allows admins to force company items into the Business Space, once the Force company items to company space feature as part of Smart Space Management was enabled as well.
Move company items to business space
Forcing company items to the business space automatically triggers an enforced Space attribution for items that contain your company's domains. Members will not have the ability to move company items out of the business space if they are forced there by the admin.
When members add an item to their Dashlane account with a company domain name as set in the Admin Console, Dashlane will automatically force that item into the business space.
Remove company items for revoked users
This is a business feature which ensures company logins remain secure if an employee leaves an organization. It allows admins to automatically remove access to company credentials upon revoking a user from their business plan. It is a part of the Smart Space Management feature set which gives admins greater visibility and control over company passwords.
Learn more about removing company items for revoked users.
Automatically log out if inactive for
Admins can make sure that if users will be automatically logged out of their Dashlane account if they aren't active on their computer for 15, 30, or 60 minutes.
Auto-lock on exit
When enabled, Dashlane will automatically lock upon exiting the app on iOS and Android.
Secure sharing for passwords and notes
This setting is enabled by default for all Dashlane users. It allows them to securely share passwords and notes through the Sharing Center in Dashlane. This setting is applied collectively to passwords and Secure Notes, and cannot separately enable sharing of only one or the other.
If admins decide to disable this setting after their team already shared passwords or notes, items already shared will remain shared. To learn how to revoke a shared item, please click here. After disabling secure sharing, the users on the plan will receive a notification in the app when trying to share, that this feature has been disabled.
This setting is enabled by default for all Dashlane users. It allows users to create emergency contacts within Dashlane, including users outside of their organization. Any emergency contact already put in place before disabling this setting cannot be undone, unless revoked by the user himself. After an admin has disabled this setting, the users on the plan will receive a notification on the app when trying to add an emergency contact, informing them that the feature has been disabled.
The VPN feature is currently available for Dashlane Team plan members, and on mobile for members of Dashlane Business plans. By enabling the feature, admins can help their users add an additional layer of privacy when browsing the internet on public networks.
Learn more about Dashlane's VPN.
Enforce two-factor authentication (2FA)
Toggling this feature on will require all members of a business plan to turn on 2FA whenever they log in from a new device. This is a simple yet powerful way to ensure that all team members benefit from the added layer of security that 2FA provides. When admins enable this feature, they will be prompted to enter their Master Password for confirmation.
Once 2FA is enforced, users will be prompted to turn it on (if they haven't already) the next time they log in to Dashlane.
Learn more about two-factor authentication.
Dashlane for businesses supports the SAML 2.0 protocol to help admins add team members to their plan, and automate provisioning in a simple, scalable way. Compatible with most SSO Identity Providers, Dashlane ensures admins have a secure way to invite their colleagues to their business plan.
Learn more about Integrating Dashlane with SAML 2.0.
SSO is only available through the Dashlane Business plan. Once enabled, this feature brings Dashlane’s advanced password management into an organization’s existing suite of IT tools with SSO. This allows users to sign in to their Dashlane vault using their SSO credentials instead of a Master Password, which means a seamless login experience for employees, and easier on- and offboarding processes for IT admins.
Learn more about SSO integration.
Active Directory Integration
Dashlane for businesses supports Active Directory Integration to help admins provision and de-provision users as they are created or removed from the Active Directory. When a user is added to an organization’s directory, they will be invited to create a new Dashlane account, or simply join the organization’s business plan if they’re already a Dashlane user and be seamlessly onboarded.
Learn more about Active Directory Integration.
Dashlane's zero-knowledge security architecture makes sure all Dashlane users' personal data is protected by a Master Password that only they know. Account Recovery provides Dashlane Team users and admins a simple and secure way to recover access to their Dashlane account and data, should they forget their Master Password.
Learn more about Zero-knowledge Account Recovery.