Privileged Account
for MSPs

TechIDManager automatically creates and manages unique accounts with appropriate rights for every MSP technician, on every Domain, Azure tenant, and Local Machine, with automatic password rotation everywhere.

Stop Sharing Admin Accounts

Manage the Identities of your Technicians across every unrelated client domain/tenant/machine.

Satisfy compliance requirements for such frameworks as HIPAA, PCI, CIS, and more – all while providing maximum security with the least amount of effort.

eliminate password sharing – automatic password rotation

unique accounts for every tech

effortlessly manage every account

For so many Managed IT companies, it can be overwhelming to keep up with the multitude of security frameworks and their everchanging compliance requirements.

More importantly, in today’s threat-infested landscape, securing their clients against cyberattacks can seem a daunting task.

One thing all experts agree on?

We must limit and protect administrative access to client data and systems.

Passwords are the first line of defense against bad actors, but manually creating and managing unique accounts for multiple identities across many domains is untenable.

To this end, we have developed a state-of-the-art platform for managed IT providers to fully automate the creation and management of identities for technicians across their entire client base.

Our Privileged Account Management System is simple as 1, 2, 3…

Domain Service

Domain Service

Runs on the Domain Controller of each network. It creates and manages the accounts and passwords for technicians on an ongoing basis – including disabling accounts as needed.



Runs on each technician’s computer and shows the identities they individually use to log onto each client domain. All information is encrypted both on the wire and at rest.

Management Console

Management Console

Cloud service that provides a single point of control to create, disable, manage rights, and rotate passwords across all unrelated client domains by facilitating the Domain Service and the TechClient.