Manage Your Accounts, Privilege Sets, and Passwords
FileMaker and OS Compatibility
Automate the multi-file account management features of FileMaker Pro 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16 with Security Administrator 2.1, and automate the multi-file account management features of FileMaker Pro 8-11 with Security Administrator 1.4. (You will receive license keys for both 2.1 & 1.4).
FileMaker 14-16 Note:The plugin used by Security Administrator works with FileMaker 14/15 in 32 bit mode. You can still run FileMaker 14-16 in 64 bit mode for your regular activities. You only need to switch to the 32 bit version when you want to administer your files with Security Administrator; after which, you can switch back. (This notice applies only to Windows users).
32 bit only in Windows
An earlier product, Password Administrator, compatible with .fp5 files, is also available; simply purchase Security Administrator and request a license key for Password Administrator too.
Security Administrator is extremely powerful in the following scenarios:
- Multi-File Solutions – With Security Administrator you no longer have to create or manage the same accounts in all the different files of the solution.
- Commercial Solutions – In your commercial solutions, use Security Administrator to give your end users the power to manage their own accounts and passwords.
- Offline Development – Working with offline copies of a solution becomes much easier with Security Administrator. Replace the live files and use Security Administrator to quickly implement the correct accounts and passwords.
Simple, yet powerful
With Security Administrator, you can work with files individually, in module subsets, and by entire solution sets. Grouping files into modules significantly cuts down on configuration labor and increases the accuracy of implementing and administering accounts.
In the Setup Phase, you organize files, accounts, and privilege sets. Then, in the Administer Phase, you just select the files and accounts and tell Security Administrator what you want to do:
- Add Accounts
- Delete Accounts
- Enable Accounts
- Disable Accounts
- Reset Passwords
- Change Passwords
FAQNo FAQ exists for Security Administrator.
Questions / Support
Inquiries about Security Administrator must be made via our Support Form to ensure accuracy.Support
You can download Security Administrator and use it in demo mode. When you make your purchase and register your license key the product will become fully-functional.Download
PURCHASESelect the option that best suits your needs.
Upgrading?Upgrading to Security Administrator 2.x from Security Administrator 1.x – Upgrades from 1.x to 2.x are available at a reduced price. Simply select the “Upgrade” option that matches your current license. For example if you already own Security Administrator 1.x (Mac), be sure to select “Upgrade Single Company, Mac”.
Upgrading to Security Administrator from Password Administrator – An upgrade path for owners of the earliest version of this product, which was called Password Administrator, is available at a reduced price. Simply select the “Upgrade” option that matches your current license. For example if you own “Password Administrator (Mac) (single user)”, be sure to select “Upgrade Single Company, Mac”. Note that the way we describe the license has changed; we used to refer to a “user”, but we now refer to a “company” since this product is designed to be installed within a company.
Upgrading to Security Administrator 1.4 from 1.0 – Your existing 1.0 license key will activate version 1.4. Simply download version 1.4 from the Download page. If you need to be resent your existing license key please contact us.