LastPass helps your organization unlock password obstacles and protect you from cyberthreats.
LastPass is a password manager and single sign-on solution that makes it easy to log in to every web account while following best practices for password security. Through the custom-developed, affordable Internet2 NET+ LastPass packages, colleges and universities can offer school-sponsored password management to every person on campus.
More devices, applications, networks and users increase the complexity of managing – and protecting – user access across your organization. While people just want to work efficiently, IT needs to promote secure online habits and protect the organization from cyberthreats.
LastPass reduces friction for everyday users while increasing control and visibility for IT with an access solution that’s easy to manage and effortless to use. With single sign-on for IT’s top priority apps, and password management to capture and secure everything else, LastPass protects every access point and conveniently connects people to their work.
Used and loved by millions, LastPass helps organizations of all sizes remove password obstacles and better safeguard their data.
We encourage you to register for one of our weekly live trainings to learn more.
Affordable and customizable turnkey packages
LastPass and Internet2 have created turnkey, affordable packages designed to make it easy for you to provide secure password management to every person on campus – students, faculty, staff and even alums!
Each Internet2 NET+ LastPass package includes unlimited quantities of the LastPass Enterprise and Premium services. Typically, LastPass Enterprise is deployed to faculty and staff, while LastPass Premium is offered to students, but the choice is yours to make.
Give students, faculty and staff the power to secure their digital life:
- Password saving and filling: LastPass reliably captures every password at login and fills them in during the next visit.
- One master password: Remember the master password and forget the rest.
- Universal access to the vault: Whether on a desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet, accounts are backed up and synced.
- Password generator: Create long, randomized passwords that protect against hacking.
- Password sharing: Conveniently and safely share passwords and notes with anyone.
Simplified deployment for IT admins:
LastPass Enterprise offers centralized administrative tools to allow you to securely manage access at the organizational level for faculty and staff. User accounts are provisioned and managed by an Admin (or team of Admins) through a unified Admin Console. Employees are invited to activate their LastPass account and create their own master password. Accounts can be disabled or deleted by Admins when an employee leaves. Features specific to LastPass Enterprise include:
> Admin Console
The admin dashboard is IT’s command central, offering 100+ customizable security policies, detailed reporting, automated user management, and more.
>*NEW* Combined SSO and EPM
LastPass Enterprise combines SAML-based Single Sign-On and Enterprise Password Management in one solution, with one easy portal for users.
> SSO Catalog of 1,200+ Apps
With a catalog of 1200+ pre-integrated apps, each with an easy-to-follow configuration guide, it’s simple for IT to make critical services accessible in one convenient portal.
> User Directory Sync
Integrate with Active Directory, LDAP, Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin and custom APIs to automatically provision users and apply policies.
> Security Controls
100+ flexible security policies and multifactor authentication options to meet the needs of every organization.
> Team Password Sharing
Manage shared access to apps and web logins with Shared Folders and customized permissions for individuals or groups.
> Linked Accounts
Organizations can choose to allow employees to link a personal LastPass account to their work account for privacy and convenience. Admins can disable or delete the work account while employees can keep their personal account when they leave.
LastPass Premium for Everyone on Campus
Every individual on campus can sign up for a personal LastPass account using their school email address and then be automatically upgraded to LastPass Premium. LastPass Premium accounts are individual accounts that have no centralized control. Features specific to LastPass Premium include:
> Password Sharing
Share any single item with multiple people to give everyone convenient access.
> Emergency Access
Always ensure someone has access to your most important information, in case of an emergency or crises.
> 1GB Document Storage
Keep track of important files and safeguard your private information. Attach documents, PDFs, images, and more, all encrypted and backed up for secure, reliable access.
Support for Deployment and Adoption
LastPass offers streamlined fulfillment tools and educational resources to simplify a campus-wide rollout.
Customized customer success support is provided to ensure you are getting maximum value out of your purchase.
LastPass is a trusted Internet2 partner, and we take your security seriously. At every step, we’ve designed LastPass to protect what you store, so you can trust LastPass with your sensitive data.
LastPass is SOC 2 Type II compliant. This detailed review of our controls and processes is a gold standard for confirming the security and reliability of LastPass.
Plus, you can augment security for LastPass accounts with multifactor authentication.
LastPass is priced as a flat annual fee that is based on ‘actual campus size’ (FTEs + students). The package includes unlimited licenses of LastPass Enterprise for your faculty/staff and unlimited licenses of LastPass Premium for anyone within your community (anyone with a college-issued email address). This flat annual fee makes it easy to budget, and affordable for every school and team on campus.
As a member of the Internet2 community, you are eligible for preferred pricing.
For pricing questions please contact the LastPass sales team.
The subscription year is initially based on the 12-month period beginning the first of the month in which your service begins. In the first year, you will be billed according to the size of your institution within 30 days of account activation for your first 12 months. Subsequent year renewals will be annual based on your starting (anniversary) date. Your institution may choose to change the billing cycle after the first 12-month period.
Systems can leverage their collective buying power to save even more with the Internet2 NET+ LastPass packages. To buy for the entire System, simply total up the ‘Actual Campus Size’ of each member-institution and map this total to the appropriate tier on the table above. If only select schools choose to participate, then the individual package rates above shall apply based on the individual campus size of each participating institution.
Internet2 Membership/InCommon Participation Status Changes
If your institution is currently not an Internet2 member, but subsequently joins, your institution will be afforded the appropriate discounts upon the next LastPass renewal. If your institution is currently an Internet2 member, but subsequently drops membership, then the non-member rates will apply upon renewal.
Your campus may decide to cancel at any point during the subscription year which will cancel the automatic renewal at the end of the calendar year. No refunds are provided for during the current year of service; however, you will have until the end of the subscription term to migrate data out of LastPass as necessary. Upon termination, the university can delete all user accounts at their discretion. Barring deletion by the university, the Premium accounts will remain available to their owners, will automatically convert to LastPass Free accounts, and all Enterprise features will be deactivated.
To subscribe to NET+ LastPass, please contact the LastPass sales team to start the sign-up process.
Need help? Please contact [email protected]
Eligible Subscribers: Higher education institutions in the United States. Sponsors: Duke University, University of Texas – Austin Email: [email protected] Contact: Nick Lewis
- Auburn University
- Bob Jones University
- Brandeis University
- Brown University
- Butler Community College
- California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
- Caltech (California Institute of Technology)
- Case Western Reserve University
- Dartmouth College
- Elon University
- Grinnell College
- Manchester University
- Michigan Technological University
- Penn State (Pennsylvania State University, The)
- Piedmont College
- Prairie View A & M University
- Princeton University
- San Jose State University
- Teachers College – Columbia University
- The Claremont Colleges, Inc.
- University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa
- University of California – Berkeley
- University of California – Davis
- University of California – Irvine
- University of California – San Diego
- University of Denver
- University of Houston
- University of Kansas
- University of Maryland – College Park
- University of Michigan
- University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
- University of Oklahoma – Norman Campus
- University of Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh Campus
- University of Richmond
- University of Rochester
- University of Southern California
- University of St. Thomas, Minnesota
- University of Texas – Dallas
- University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston
- University of Virginia
- University of Washington
- Vanderbilt University
- Vassar College
- Wayne State University
LastPass is an online password manager and form filler that makes web browsing easier and more secure. Workstation Login: Using the secure, device-native biometric authentication technology of LastPass MFA, Workstation Login enables employees to log into their PCs and Macs using only biometrics. This includes biometric authentication, workstation login, and reporting. LastPass also offers an MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) plan at only $3 per user per month, but it doesn't feature any.
To install LastPass Workstation Login for Windows, do the following: Run the LastPassLoginSetup.msi file to launch the installer. Check the box for approval of the software license agreement, then click Install. You have successfully installed LastPass Workstation Login for Windows. LastPass Edge extension Step 4. For those who already have an account, clicking on the extension icon in the extensions tray will prompt a login credentials page.
LastPass Enterprise is a UW CISO approved browser-based password management tool. A password manager remembers your passwords for you, allowing you to choose unique, complex passwords for each of your logins. LastPass Enterprise also allows you to link your LastPass Personal account, allowing you to enter both your UW and Personal logins from the same interface, while keeping them separate. Additionally, teams can set up password sharing folders, to share passwords securely. All Managed Workstation customers are eligible to use LastPass Enterprise.
Enrolling for LastPass
All UW Employees are eligible to request a LastPass Enterprise account.
Managed Workstation Customers are able to enroll using the steps below. (MWS customers are anyone who is a member of an eligibility group as designated by their MWS customer account contact).
Non-MWS customers can also request accounts, though their team will first need to have an eligibility group created. More information on creating that group can be found here.
Enrolling for Managed Workstation Customers
To initiate enrollment, you first need to request an account. To do this, go to the UW Group named u_passman_users_requested in the Groups Service and click “Join this group”. Within 60 minutes, this action will result in an email from LastPass with a time-limited invitation you can use to complete creation of your LastPass account. You must then choose a LastPass Enterprise account password to complete creation. The LastPass Enterprise account password is not the same as your UW NetID password. Make sure you make the password memorable, we cannot recover or reset password.
UW Duo MFA is currently enabled on all LastPass accounts. This account controls access to passwords that likely can get to your most sensitive data–it deserves additional protection. Lastpass also supports a wide-variety of other multifactor options.
Setting Up Self-Service Password Recovery -
Do this NOW, BEFORE you forget your password!
LastPass provides several methods to recover or reset your master password. It’s very important to note that you must setup these methods before you forget your password. UW LastPass administrators cannot reset your password and have no access to any of your saved passwords.
Use Mobile Account Recovery for iOS or Android
The easiest and most reliable way of resetting your password, regardless of how you typically use LastPass (desktop app, web browser extension, mobile app), is to install the LastPass App on your smartphone. Then, after logging in to the app on the phone, turn on Touch ID/Fingerprint or Face ID authentication. You can then use mobile account recovery for iOS or Android, allowing you to reset your Master Password using biometrics.
Use SMS Recovery to Reset a Forgotten Master Password
This recovery method requires that you have already set up SMS recovery before you forget your Master Password (LastPass has instructions here). This recovery option also requires a valid Recovery One Time Password, which is created when you log in to the LastPass web browser extension on your desktop and have not cleared your cache.
- Navigate to https://lastpass.com/recover.php, enter your email address, then click Continue.
- The system texts your phone a numeric code. Enter this code into your browser, and click Verify.
- Click Click to Recover Account.
- If prompted, complete steps for Multifactor Authentication (if it is enabled on your account).
- When the next window appears advising that Account Recovery has been detected and that you must immediately change your password, click OK to proceed.
- Enter a new Master Password and confirm, then enter Master Password hint (optional but recommended).
- Click Confirm.
- When prompted with a message that your password has changed and advising you to log out manually (if you are not automatically logged out), click OK to proceed.
- Once you have been logged off of LastPass, you can log back in again using your new Master Password.
Installing LastPass Software
LastPass is available for installation on all Managed Workstations via a few simple steps.
Installation on a Managed Workstation
For managed workstations, the recommended method for installing is through the Software Center. To do so, follow these steps:
- Open the Start Menu and type “Software”, the Software Center should appear in the Start Menu as the top result. Open it.
- In the list of available software, click on “LastPass Windows Universal Installer” and click “Install”
- The installer will start automatically, follow the prompts to complete installation.
Installation on a Non-Managed Workstation
For non-managed workstations, including computers and smart devices running macOS, iOS, and Android, installation is as follows:
- In a web browser, visit the LastPass Download
- Download the appropriate installer for your platform
- Run the installer, following the prompts.
If you’ve previously used another password manager, you can quickly import your passwords into LastPass.
To begin, click on the LastPass Icon, click the More Options on the drop-down menu and click Advanced, then Import. You will then be shown a web page with a drop down menu for every password manager format that LastPass supports. Most importing is automatic, though some may require additional steps. If you find yourself stuck, LastPass offers a detailed password importing guide.
Linking Your Personal LastPass Account
LastPass Enterprise users can link their Personal LastPass Accounts with their Enterprise Accounts. This enables users to access their personal LastPass entries while using their Enterprise Account, all while keeping the two accounts separate. UW LastPass administrators have no access to any of your saved passwords, personal or enterprise.
To set up a Linked Personal Account, log in to the LastPass browser extension with your Enterprise credentials. Go to the LastPass Plug-In Icon -> My LastPass Vault, and click on the “Link Personal Account” link on the left-hand actions menu. Follow the prompts. If you get stuck or would like instructions on how to unlink your accounts, visit the LastPass Help center.
Appropriate Use and Loss of Eligibility
Your LastPass Enterprise account is intended for storage of passwords and secrets related to your affiliation with the UW.
When your affiliation with the UW comes to an end, your eligibility for a LastPass Enterprise account will also end. This means that your account will be disabled then deleted, and you will no longer have access to the passwords you’ve stored.
If you have passwords or secrets that are not related to the UW, you should store those in a LastPass personal account. These will survive any future affiliation change and loss of your UW LastPass Enterprise account. As mentioned above, you can link your LastPass personal account to your LastPass enterprise account, so you can conveniently use LastPass for both kinds of passwords.
Your eligibility for a UW LastPass Enterprise account is tied to your eligibility for Managed Workstation. The contacts for your MWS customer account provide an eligibility group which informs Managed Workstation that you are eligible. When you are removed from that group, you will lose eligibility for your UW LastPass account.
If your team decides to stop using LastPass you can export your passwords for use in another password manager. To do so go to your LastPass Icon > More Options > Advanced > Export. This will export your usernames and passwords to a .csv file.
Note: this file will be unencrypted plaintext, so we strongly recommend that you don’t e-mail this file or place it on any server. Protect this file like you would your most confidential and sensitive data.