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WALLIX Bastion Pros and Cons

WALLIX Bastion Pros

RM
IT engineer at a non-tech company with 11-50 employees
I like that it's Linux-based, and you don't need to have separate implementations, extra database licenses, or enterprise licenses. I think because it's Linux-based, it's more seamless than Windows. I also like the access manager, which I think is a super tool. Everything is browser-based, and you don't need a VPN. So, that's a great thing.
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RSSI at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Its video recording capabilities have definitely been key for us.
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WALLIX Bastion Cons

RM
IT engineer at a non-tech company with 11-50 employees
It would be better if I could manage multiple accounts in one place, like CyberArk. With WALLIX, you can only manage one account, and you are given a separate category. You have to click on each connection to do anything. For example, CyberArk might give three options for one connection if you want to have an interactive user-level experience. But with WALLIX, you have to click three times to get that access. Also, the biggest disadvantage of WALLIX is the reporting. I feel like it's very weak in reporting when compared to the other solutions. As a solution, they're good and stable. But they need to make their reports neater and better. Right now, we're going to the console and then pressing buttons every single time.
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RSSI at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
For me, the main issue has to do with the system performance itself.
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