About PasswordState

PasswordState is an on-premise web based solution for Enterprise Password Management, where teams of people can access and share sensitive password resources. Role based administration and end-to-end event auditing, provides a secure platform for password storage and collaboration.

When Can I Start Using PasswordState?



After August 1st 2019


How Do I Get Started?

  1. Submit a Support Ticket requesting to start using PasswordState
  2. Someone from IT Security will follow up with you on the next steps.

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PasswordState Documentation

Passwordstate has done an excellent job providing documentation so there is little use in us trying to recreate it.  Check out the information for yourself. 

PasswordState User Training Videos

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How to Login to PasswordState

  1. Go to https://lupass.lynn.edu/ in an internet browser which should look like below. 
    1. ******You can only access the site if you are on campus or if you are an approved VPN user.   
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  2. At the screen above enter your username and your password and click the Logon Button. 
  3. At the screen below, click the Send Push Button to send a push to your registered device in Azure MFA
    1. Open your Google or Azure Authenticator app and select Scan QR Code. Then scan the QR Code below.
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  4. At the screen above, enter the verification code into the box and select Login.
  5. After a few seconds, you will be allowed to log in to PasswordState.

How to Install the Browser Extension into Chrome, Firefox or IE

The browser Extension for Passwordstate allows automatic saving of web site logins into Passwordstate, and then automatic form-filling of your login credentials when you next visit the site.

Currently the Browser Extension is available for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer (Internet Explorer extension is no longer developed).

The following table summarizes each of the key areas for configuring and using the Passwordstate Browser Extension.

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Explains how to install the Browser Extension, and configure for use

Browser Extension Settings

Explains the various settings for the Browser Extension

Browser Extension Usage

Provides instructions for basic usage of the Browser Extension for Chrome

Browser Extension Usage - Legacy

Provides instructions for basic usage of the Browser Extension for Firefox, Safari, Edge and Internet Explorer

Detection Issues

Provides some guidance as to issues you may come across with certain web sites not prompting to save login credentials

Need Help?

Support Services Contact Information

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