I'm a CSIO at a cyber security company and a long time LastPass fan. I recently convinced my company to start rolling over to LastPass Enterprise (we started with Teams as a trial). It is not going well.
It seems that LastPass's account linking feature (https://support.logmeininc.com/lastpass ... t-lp010028
) is broken. If you share folders in your personal account vault to your family, these folders (and all their site data) completely disappear from your linked Team/Enterprise account vault. So for example, the financial logins that our CEO shares with his wife via family sharing are completely inaccessible to him on his iPhone or laptop while logged into our enterprise account (which is most of the time). The only way that he can access his bank from his iPhone now is to logout of LassPass, sign-in to his personal LastPass account and then re-auth using the MFA token generator. Then do it all again to go back to the LastPass company account.
Some of our staff have to access different team and personal (aka family) items 60 to 70 times a day. I don't think I'm unreasonable to say that logging out of one account and into another each time just isn't going to work. That was why our company liked the idea of linked accounts - staff could access both personal passwords and corporate passwords without account swapping.
And seems that it is impossible for folders to be shared with both the Family and a the Enterprise. While many passwords are only for corporate use, some groups of passwords need to be shared with both. For example I'd like my 25 or so airline/hotel/car frequent traveller accounts to be accessed by my wife (Family) AND my executive assistant (Team/Enterprise).
Unless we get a viable fix or workaround soon our company is going to drop LastPass because our staff and management are so annoyed that we've messed up their personal LastPass account access. LP support suggested we clone/copy every site and put it in a separate folder, but this isn't scalable. Individually cloning and then managing the 100's of sites that our staff need shared defeats the whole reason we selected LastPass in the first place.
Anyone have a suggestion? Anyone else using LP teams or enterprise running into this issue? All suggestions are greatly appreciated as I'm looking really bad at our company right now for suggesting we use LastPass and I'd like to find a fix ASAP.