How do I manage users in the new Admin Console?
You can view all LastPass users for your account and their user statuses, and take appropriate action if needed.
- Log in with your email address and master password to access the new Admin Console at https://admin.lastpass.com.
- If prompted, complete steps for multifactor authentication (if it is enabled for your account).
- Click Users and select a user.
- Select .
- The configuration options will vary depending on the user's account status, as follows:
- Reset master password
- If an admin has been set as a Super Admin via "Permit super admins to reset master passwords" policy, there will be an option for them to change the master password for that particular user. This change will be immediate and the Admin will instantly be prompted to create a new master password for the user's account. Learn more.
- Users Awaiting Approval
- For accounts that provision users via the LastPass Active Directory Connector and have configured it to add users as pending rather than automatically active. Select Reject or Approve to change the user's status.
- Require master password change
- This will force the user to manually reset their master password. They will receive the notification to do this the next time the user logs in. Learn more.
- Destroy all sessions
- This will log the user out of all active sessions across all devices.
- Disable user
- Temporarily disable the user’s account making it inaccessible to them but not deleting the account entirely. Please note that disabled user accounts are retained for the lifetime of the account.
- Delete user
- You should weigh the decision carefully about using this option versus the "Remove User from Company" option. Deleting a user will delete that user’s LastPass account entirely. If the user has saved any personal logins or other data to their vault then they will no longer have access to that data.
- Remove user from company
- This option will remove the user from your LastPass account, and will delete all shared folders from the user’s account. With this option, the user will continue to have access to their account as a standard LastPass user. Learn more.
- Disable Multifactor
- This will disable all Multifactor Authentication services for the user’s account. If the policy “Prohibit multifactor disable via email” is enabled, this option will be the only way for Multifactor Authentication to be disabled.
- Edit name
- Assign a nickname to the account that may be more recognizable to you than the user’s email address.
- Reinvite user
- Send another invitation for the user to activate their account.
- Activate user
- Change the user's account status to Active.