A: There is no fee for MSPs or their users to use the Provider Portal. It is provided, free of charge, as part of the Bitwarden partner program. If you would like to set up an organization for use by your internal team, those seats will be billed at the discounted rate.
Q: I'm already providing Bitwarden as a service for my clients, what do I need to do to move to the Provider Portal?
A: It's quick and easy! Contact us and a member of the Bitwarden team will issue you an invitation. Once in the Provider Portal, you can add existing client organizations to begin centralizing client management.
A: Access to the Provider Portal is through your Bitwarden account. If you forget your master password, Bitwarden has no knowledge of, way to retrieve, or way to reset your master password and you will be unable to access the Provider Portal. Bitwarden strongly recommends that you provision a second user with a Provider admin role for failover purposes.
A: Access to the Bitwarden Provider Portal is available through the Bitwarden cloud service. The Provider Portal is not supported for self-hosted environments at this time.
A: Yes! We have outlined one recommended workflow here.
A: MSPs can access all client organizations under management from the Provider Portal. Learn more here.
A: Provider admins and service users have the same privileges as owners in the client organization. They can managed vault items, collections, users, groups, and other functions within the organization. Provider admins and service users cannot access or view a user's privately-owned vault items.
A: Each client organization operates independently with individually configured policies. Learn more about configuring enterprise policies.