We're looking to adopt LastPass Enterprise for our organization, but are running into some issues in our tests that we need to fix before moving forward. Off the top of my head:
1. In testing the "anonymous sharing" feature, a co-worker shared a Google account and password with me, unchecking the "allow recipient to view password" option. I accepted the invite and (as expected) wasn't able to view the password from my vault. However, when logging into a Google account, Google gives you an "eye" icon as part of its UI that reveals the password. I'm certain someone has brought this up before - should Google accounts just not be shared with LastPass? To my knowledge, there's no way to disable that feature.
2. When logging into an account via LastPass using Chrome, Chrome allows you to save the password into its internal manager, at which point you can just view it in Settings. Thoughts? We'd like to avoid an organizational ban on using Chrome, and even the impending release of Edge Chromium will probably have the same issue.
3. The feature we're most looking for is the above anonymous sharing of passwords, and especially the ability to revoke them if, for example, someone leaves the company. However, we've had a really hard time getting those admin controls to work properly - generally, regardless of if a user has had an account "unshared," if their account is disabled, or are set to be force-logged out, nothing takes effect until all existing browser windows are closed. Even logging out of and back into LastPass during the same browser session doesn't cause trigger any changes. Is this lag either intended or unavoidable? Ideally, any administrative changes made should take effect on the next refresh.
Thanks for any assistance.