Admins of Dashlane business plans can apply settings and policies to turn on or off certain features in their Dashlane plan.
You can find these settings under the Settings tab of the Admin Console. Only business admins can see the Settings tab. Billing contacts and team members cannot see these settings.
To turn settings on or off, toggle the button next to them.
Note: Turning settings on or off affects all users on the plan, including the admins.
- Business space domains
- Move company items to your business space
- Remove company items for revoked users
- Disable auto-login and autofill on these websites
- Automatically log out if inactive
- Auto-lock on exit
- Secure sharing for passwords and notes
- Enforce two-factor authentication (2FA)
Business space domains
Defining the company's domains in the Admin Console allows admins to force company items into the business space using the Smart Space Management Force company items to company space feature.
Move company items to your business space
Turning on the Force company items to company space feature forces all items that contain your company's domain(s) to be saved in the business space. Members cannot move company items out of the business space if the admin forces them there. When members add an item to their Dashlane account that includes the company domain defined in the Admin Console, Dashlane automatically places that item in the business space.
This option also controls whether members can export the data in the business space. When you turn on this option, your plan members can export only those items saved in their Personal space. Members cannot export data in their business space even if they manually added it there and it wasn't forced there by the policy.
Remove company items for revoked users
The Remove company items for revoked users feature allows admins to automatically remove access to company credentials when revoking a user from their business plan. It is a part of the Smart Space Management feature set that gives admins greater visibility and control over company passwords and helps ensure company logins remain secure when employees leave the company.
Disable auto-login and autofill on these websites
Add the website domains that you want to turn off auto-login and autofill for by default. Your users cannot turn it on again.
Automatically log out if inactive
Admins can ensure that 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 auto-lock is turned on, Dashlane will automatically lock upon exiting the app on iOS and Android.
Admins can enforce a specific key derivation function for all members or allow members to change it in the app. Dashlane encrypts data using AES-256 and provides different options for the key derivation function.
Secure sharing for passwords and notes
This setting is on 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. You cannot allow sharing of only one or the other.
If admins decide to turn off this setting after their team has already shared passwords or notes, items already shared will remain shared.
After admins turn off secure sharing, plan members trying to share an item will receive a notification in the app that this feature has been turned off.
For members of a Dashlane Team plan, the VPN is currently available on all apps. For members of a Dashlane Business plan, the VPN is available on our mobile apps only.
Turning on the VPN helps users add an additional layer of privacy when browsing the internet on public networks.
Enforce two-factor authentication (2FA)
Turning on the Enforce 2FA feature will require all business plan members 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 turn on this feature, Dashlane asks them to confirm their Master Password.
Once an admin has enforced 2FA, members who haven't turned it on will be prompted to turn it on the next time they log in to Dashlane.