I tried out LP for our team of 15-20 people but I didn't like it so ran over here to 1P instead. I do like what I see but I find the sharing a bit confusing.
I can share a vault and have permissions on that and those permissions are inherited down to the children in the vault. But I cannot set permissions of single items in a vault that overrides/complements inherited permission?
I'm thinking that I want a vault of all our systems and servers on the internal network. I want to set specific user permissions on individual servers and workstations so that only certain people can access certain machines. In my mind this feels like basic management but it doesn't seem like it's possible, or?
It looks like I have to make copies of items and pass along amongst the team members. Meaning that it'll eventually will be a mess with items in team members vaults with outdated login credentials, and not only that... I cannot revoke access to an item. I guess there's some logic there since once something is shared it's more or less compromised and I should change the password at source if member leaves the company. But in a year or two after passing items around I no longer have an idea of whom that has what? I cannot filter on persons to see what have been shared with them so that I easily can change passwords at affected systems?
What am I missing here? Isn't the whole idea of sharing items that one admin can update them centrally and the update is instantly available amongst the team members? And also easily see what member that have, or at any given time have had, access to an item?
So is it correct that the smalest entity that can be shared and that I have control of permissions over is a vault? I cannot have vaults/groups in vaults with other permissions?
Cheers and thanks
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