If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Symantec Privileged Access Manager, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
This solution is our gateway to access other servers. We plan to continue with this product as our company grows.
So when we are trying develop some particular portal, when you are looking with loop-back IP, connecting the backend by a loop-back IP, the response is coming by an actual IP - that's the portal design. Because it is redirecting multiple URLs, the portal designed like in such a way like it will take your input and redirect your many multiple URLs with the connection and respond back to your browser, but the browser always it comes back with the actual IP, not the loop-back IP. In this case, the CA PAM is working well for us.
Go for it if your key areas are password/session management of Windows/Unix/database. Be careful if you want to use this for service account management. There are some technical challenges while integrating the web-based console (security devices) for transparent login/single sign-on.