Lieberman Becomes 1st Vendor to Earn 3 Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Certifications

<strong>Los Angeles &mdash; March 6</strong><br />Lieberman Software&rsquo;s Random Password Manager has been certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2008. It is the third Lieberman Software application to achieve this certification, distinguishing the company as the vendor with the most certified products for the new server platform. The company can now offer its customers a complete suite of system security management products able to support the secure deployment of Windows Server 2008. <br /> <br />&ldquo;We consider Windows Server 2008 to be the next major platform for the enterprise,&rdquo; said Philip Lieberman, president of Lieberman Software. &ldquo;We are prepared to support this operating system with a complete range of solutions designed to not only run on and manage Windows Server 2008, but every Windows platform since NT.&rdquo;<br /> <br />Lieberman Software began working with Microsoft on Windows Server 2008 product certifications more than a year ago. The certification process is part of the company&rsquo;s strategic initiative to continuously evolve its products to support new technologies and allow its customers a seamless migration to the latest enterprise platforms. <br /> <br />Random Password Manager automatically randomizes local administrator and root account passwords on systems throughout the enterprise and enables temporary recovery of current passwords via a secure and audited Web interface. Randomization can be conducted from a single console for all managed systems according to schedules established by the administrator. This multi-threaded, agentless solution enables delegated control over which local administrator accounts a user can access and for what time period. Random Password Manager ensures each…



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