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Privilege Guard

Enterprise class privilege management for Windows desktops and servers.

A better way to manage user privileges

Scalable Management Framework

Privilege Guard is available in two distinct editions. The Group Policy Edition leverages Active Directory and Group Policy, while the ePO Edition is fully managed through McAfee ePO. Both editions provide scalable solutions that can handle the largest enterprises.

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Adaptable Privilege Management

Privilege Guard is the most complete privilege management solution on the market today, with a comprehensive feature set that includes application discovery, privileged account monitoring, seamless application elevation, on-demand capabilities and application control.

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Unparalleled End User Experience

Privilege Guard is unparalleled when it comes to the end user experience, with extensive customization, including corporate branding, localization and help desk integration. The beautifully rendered messages ensure that users are provided with clear guidance and feedback.

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Enterprise Auditing and Reporting

Privilege Guard provides flexible and extensible auditing and reporting options, with rich dashboards, trend analysis and the ability to drill down to detailed reports. It allows you to track application usage, user requests and privileged account logons across the enterprise.

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Solutions for Desktops

Solutions for Desktops

See how Privilege Guard can improve desktop security and operations.

Solutions for Datacenter & Cloud

Solutions for Datacenter & Cloud

Understand how Privilege Guard helps to secure your mission critical servers.



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licenses implemented by our largest customer


of the leading banks use Privilege Guard


per desktop per year saving by removing
admin rights according to Gartner *


of all Microsoft critical vulnerability bulletins
recommend removing admin rights

*As stated in their whitepaper “Desktop Total Cost of Ownership: 2013 Update”

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