How To Take Control & Manage Your Companies Passwords With Bitwarden [YouTube Release]

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Time Stamps :stopwatch:
00:00 :arrow_forward: Bitwarden
01:19 :arrow_forward: Self Hosted Bitwarden
02:11 :arrow_forward: Personal Vault & Folders
03:03 :arrow_forward: Organizations & Collections
05:15 :arrow_forward: How To Move Items and Manage Permissions
08:29 :arrow_forward: Reporting
09:15 :arrow_forward: Setting Organization Policies

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The self-hosted “combined” image is working great, even though it’s still showing beta on Bitwarden’s site it installs and runs with an exceptionally low resource footprint. I have been testing this with a migration from Vaultwarden (rust based clone) to Bitwarden’s subscription for an office and it’s working well. We are running it in docker on a LXC container under proxmox and with just 12 accounts on the system the resources are really low and we do take a container snapshot and backup every day as a backup.

I was amazed I was able to give it 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage and it runs simply fine.


My one question is how do all of you go about organizing the various passwords in your vault?

I work for an MSP, and we have dozens of folders in our vault, one for each client. I’ve been wracking my brain trying to find a better way of managing this - scrolling through the list of folders is incredibly tedious.

I wonder if it’s better to come up a naming convention for each item in the vault so that I can use the search feature instead…

I really wish that there was a separate “search” for just the folders.