I suggest you ...

Add end-point device management

Dome9 already has a much easier main use-case than alternatives (and that's a huge understatement). I just go to your site, login, hit a few "access" buttons, and I'm done. Since I use a password manager with auto-login (LastPass), it's even simpler.

It can, however, be even simpler, and more secure:
I would like to install a dome9 client on my desktop/laptop that would handle the authentication and grant me the allowed access without my having to request it at all (whenever it notices a change in my IP or expiration of the last request).

It would be as secure as my current setup if I could revoke access from the device in case it is lost or stolen.

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    Near PrivmanNear Privman shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Near PrivmanNear Privman commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I was asking for your Chrome extension :)
        As far as I am concerned, you can mark this request as fulfilled. Thank you!

      • Near PrivmanNear Privman commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        as a bonus, you could allow defining which services are requested automatically by the client, and which require manual request (although I personally would define all allowed services as auto-requested)

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