Self-Service Capabilities

Streamline account access requests and automate self-service password management for Linux and UNIX


Effectively managing user accounts within your Linux or UNIX server environment is imperative for mitigating risk in your organization and ensuring sensitive data and assets are protected. Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) provides centralized management of user accounts with automated self-service capabilities for access requests and password management.

Empower Critical Self-Service Functionality


The time and resources required to manually oversee and manage user accounts within your Linux and UNIX infrastructure is a significant drain on your business. Manually unlocking accounts and resetting passwords can take hours and reduce focus on more strategic initiatives. Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) enables your organization to automate the access request process and streamline password management with industry-leading self-service capabilities.

By eliminating manual processes and inefficiencies, you can can significantly improve administrator productivity and mitigate risk in your Linux or UNIX environment by:

  • Streamlining access requests through a centralized portal
  • Ensuring users go through proper channels to request access
  • Easily providing just-in-time access to ensure users only have access for a designated period   
  • Ensuring a consistent audit trail of requests and approvals, providing a real-time view of each access request
  • Enforcing strong password policies and reducing potential access risks
  • Creating a searchable audit trail of all password reset interactions

Leading-Edge Self-Service Account Management

Leverage a convenient web portal for access requests in your Linux and UNIX infrastructure.


Review access requests, provide approvals, and manage user privileges in a single portal.

Save time by automating account creation and access assignment, and support just-in-time access.

Eliminate time-consuming tasks, including tickets or emails, used to manually oversee user access.

Benefit from Sub-Administration Controls

Simple, Secure Self-Service Password Management

Deploy multi-factor authentication, including mobile app, SMS/text messaging, and telephone DTMF and voice biometrics.

Decrease the manual burden for resetting user account passwords and create a searchable audit trail.

Reduce account access risks by enforcing strong password policies.

Get up and running quickly with rapid deployment methodology.

What Self-Service Capabilities Mean to You

BoKS ServerControl - Quickly Meet Compliance

Meet Regulatory Compliance

Strengthen compliance with corporate security policies, industry standards, and government regulations.

BoKS ServerControl - Reduce Admin Overhead

Drive Operational Efficiencies

Increase operational efficiencies and reduce manual tasks for account creation and password management.

BoKS ServerControl - Prevent Breaches

Enhance Organizational Security

Improve visibility into password and access requests to decrease access-related risks and enhance overall security posture.

See Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) in Action

See how Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS) enables leading self-service capabilities for account management and password management in your Linux and UNIX environment.