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Is this a hosted service?

No. PasswordSentry is a self hosted application that runs on your web server.

What are the requirements?

Please see the Requirements section.

Is PasswordSentry (PS) easy to install and setup?

Yes. The app includes a web-based Installer which will guide through the installation process: Click Here for Installer Demo. Then you will have access to the PS AdminCP which is as easy to setup: self-guided.

Can I install PasswordSentry on multiple domains?

Yes! You can install PasswordSentry on an unlimited number of domains on the same server or multiple servers as long as the domains are under your ownership and control.

Are PasswordSentry files obfuscated?

No. PasswordSentry files are not obfuscated. The source code is 100% non-encrypted. You can edit the source code for your own personal use. However, NOT recommended since any changes will be lost when you update, and you may corrupt files which could cause the app to fail. It is best you approach us with suggestions to improve the app, and we may introduce them in a subsequent update. We update the app on a regular basis.

Is PasswordSentry (PS) easy to update?

Yes. The app can be updated via the web-based PS AdminCP.

Can you install PasswordSentry for me?

Yes, but we charge a small fee of $24.95 to install. Usually same day if request received (via Jobber in the Client Area) during regular office hours (9am - 5pm Pacific Time). Otherwise, next day. Note that an installation is a one time service: To have us perform updates requires a small fee of $24.95 payable in advance. However, NOT usually necessary since the app is quickly and easily updated via web-based PS AdminCP.

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