Centero Carillon for Access Right Management

With Centero Carillon, you don’t need to give users permanent admin rights for them to perform admin-level operations in organization’s device environment. Centero Carillon improves both your organization’s cyber security and your specialists’ work proficiency.  

Clear and scaling monthly pricing: 150 € base fee + 0,1 €/device

Centralized Access Rights Management 

With Centero Carillon, you can manage Windows devices’ local user ID’s and groups efficiently and in a centralized manner – also as end-user self-service. 

You can configure user ID’s and groups based on the structure of the existing Active Directory. For example, you can configure domain-specific ID and group rules on domain level, specify them further on the level of organization units, and go even deeper on device level. You can also create and manage new ID’s and groups. 

Carillon supports known user ID’s and groups, meaning it’s easy to manage them even if the devices’ operating systems would use different languages. 

Operations Requiring Admin Rights as Self-service 

It’s easier than ever to perform operations that require temporary admin rights! 

1 Rights not sufficient? 

User is trying to do something that requires wider access rights, and Windows asks for an admin ID. 

2 Self-service operation with Carillon  

With Carillon, the user can perform the operation requiring admin rights as self-service. 

3 It takes just one click 

The user types in the reason they need to perform the operation and clicks “Yes” in the Windows dialog. 

4 Operation performed! 

The user can perform the operation, thanks to Centero Carillon, and the work can continue without interruptions. 

  • Even if an operation requires admin rights, the end-user can perform the operation independently, without any help from the IT support. 
  • Once the set time period ends, or the operation is performed, the access rights return to their normal level. 
  • Any passwords and confidential information remain secure at all times. 

Operations Requiring Admin Rights as Self-service 

It’s easier than ever to perform operations that require temporary admin rights! 

1 Rights not sufficient? 

User is trying to do something that requires wider access rights, and Windows asks for an admin ID. 

2 Self-service operation with Carillon  

With Carillon, the user can perform the operation requiring admin rights as self-service. 

3 It takes just one click 

The user types in the reason they need to perform the operation and clicks “Yes” in the Windows dialog. 

4 Operation performed! 

The user can perform the operation, thanks to Centero Carillon, and the work can continue without interruptions. 

  • Even if an operation requires admin rights, the end-user can perform the operation independently, without any help from the IT support. 
  • Once the set time period ends, or the operation is performed, the access rights return to their normal level. 
  • Any passwords and confidential information remain secure at all times. 

How Carillon Benefits an Organization? 

Improved Information Security with Access Right Management 

Improve your level of cyber security by limiting the risks of malware and incorrect operations with centralized access rights management. 

Less pressure on the IT support, when the users can, where required, independently perform admin-level operations, with no need to burden the IT support with the task. The specialists in the IT support can focus on more demanding operations. 

Carillon gives you a report on the reasons the users have needed the wider rights for. Without Carillon, it’s impossible to monitor and report the reasons. 

Efficiency to Information Work 

Your work is more efficient when you can install applications and drivers as self-service, without any help from the IT support. 

With Carillon, it’s effortless and fast to perform operations that require admin rights. Work without interruptions and let Centero Carillon take care of the access right management in the background. 

Carillon doesn’t require internet access to work, meaning you can perform admin operations when traveling as well. 

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Let’s Hear It from Centero Carillon’s Users 

With Centero Carillon, you can manage access rights in a centralized manner, which saves time, is easy to manage on a global level, and something Service Desks really benefit from. 

Tomi Hietamies, Valmet Technologies Oy 

Read more about how Valmet uses Centero Carillon to manage access rights » 

Various Ways for Performing Admin-Level Operations 

Thanks to Centero Carillon, the administrator has diverse options for configuring the user ID’s and groups. The administrator can give users different possibilities for performing admin-level operations. 

  Option # 1: Operation with key code Option # 2: Operation as self-service using local admin ID Option # 3: Operation as self-service using domain ID Option # 4: Operation with a temporary admin ID 
End-user’s point of view  Useful in situations where the end-user rarely needs admin rights for operations, or where internet access is not available. Ease of self-service for both the user and the IT support. The easiest way to perform operations where the IT support needs to have access to an end-user’s workstation.  The temporary nature of the access rights. 
IT support’s point of view  The IT support has a tighter control on when the user needs to be interviewed personally.  Doesn’t burden the IT support. Doesn’t burden the IT support. Doesn’t burden the IT support.
Control  The process requires a bit more work from the end-user.  An easy way for the end-user to perform an operation locally.  An easy way for the user to perform operations that require eg. access to internet sharing. Model that’s cyber secure for the end-user. 

Various Ways for Performing Admin-Level Operations 

Thanks to Centero Carillon, the administrator has diverse options for configuring the user ID’s and groups. The administrator can give users different possibilities for performing admin-level operations. 

Option # 1: Operation with key code 
Useful in situations where the end-user rarely needs admin rights for operations, or where internet access is not available.
The IT support has a tighter control on when the user needs to be interviewed personally.
The process requires a bit more work from the end-user
Option # 2: Operation as self-service using local admin ID 
Ease of self-service for both the user and the IT support.
Doesn’t burden the IT support 
An easy way for the end-user to perform an operation locally. 
Option # 3: Operation as self-service using domain ID 
The easiest way to perform operations where the IT support needs to have access to an end-user’s workstation. 
Doesn’t burden the IT support.
An easy way for the user to perform operations that require eg. access to internet sharing.
Option # 4: Operation with a temporary admin ID 
The temporary nature of the access rights. 
Doesn’t burden the IT support. 
Model that’s cyber secure for the end-user. 

More and Better Control and Reporting 

When an organization uses Carillon, the workstation environment’s administrator has a better control over admin right management. The admin has more possibilities when configuring the rules for what temporary access models are used for which users and which devices. 

With Carillon, the admin’s database will keep a timestamp log on the use of the activation keys, improving the environment’s cyber security risk management. If a code was used when offline, Carillon saves the information on the database the next time the device connects to internet.

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