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  2. Permissions for generating API key

    Yup! You will find the menu-bar configuration under Administration > Feature Access > Menu Access. There, you can define permissions for menu-blocks (Tools, Reports, Preferences, Help), but also per-item in each menu-block. In my case, I've set up the menus in such a way that my default users cannot see anything besides the "Request access..." items in the Passwords menu. All the other options are reserved to administrators and senior users.
  3. Permissions for generating API key

    Ah, so there's another setting somewhere controlling this. Thanks for letting me know, again couldn't find it using google, pdf, help search.
  4. More verbose access log

    Thanks Azkabahn - we appreciate it.
  5. Permissions for generating API key

    Hello Valentijn , The link in the Help menu is visible to all users by default - you must have changed this in the Feature Access menu in the Administration area? Regards Click Studios
  6. Permissions for generating API key

    Thanks, but the question is not where to find the documentation but how users can find it. Currently the link in the help menu is hidden, even when the user has permission to toggle the API key visibility. It seems that the visiblity of the menu item is linked to whether the user can generate api keys, where it might seems more logical to link it to the permission of being able to toggle the api key visibility? Also, it only hides the link from the menu. The link still works, so it is not really a security control. There may also be users that may want to consult the api documentation even if they do not _yet_ have permission to use it / see API keys. So my suggestions: - Make the link to api documentation always visible - Make the search function in the help section return a pointer to the api documentation in some way.
  7. More verbose access log

    What Buckit is saying is very true as well in some cases. This kind of logging would make life a bit easier for security admins to do an investigation. In some cases, the users complain that something is wrong after quite some time and it's really difficult to trace back and figure it out what has been changed. The only option is to restore the backup to test instance and do the comparison :)
  8. Backup account: use a managed account

    Hi Guys, Just letting you know that we've released Build 8204 today which includes this feature request - thanks for the suggestion Regards Click Studios
  9. Hi Everyone, Today we have release build 8204, which includes 17 updates and 7 bug fixes. Full changelog can be found here - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-changelog.aspx Regards Click Studios
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  11. Hello HA4g3n, Private Lists are configured with the URL selected by default. Also, there is the following System Setting below (under Password List Options tab) to automatically provision a new Private List for all new user accounts added into Passwordstate. Regards Click Studios
  12. Ahh, nice! But i forgot to mention so the users don't need to create a Private Password List manually and it works with URL field "out of the box" if possible, a pre cloned private list with URL field. Is there a way of accomplish this? Thanks
  13. Bulk Import from Password Safe

    Hi Sarge Probably you can use my script: Best regards, Fabian
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  15. Nope, not seeing that because we have zero email capabilities, hence why I'd like to have more built-in logging capabilities.
  16. Bug report: API vs WINAP in examples

    Well that's embarrassing We'll get that fixed for the next release. Regards Click Studios
  17. Permissions for generating API key

    Thanks Buckit
  18. Bulk Password Resets

    Hi, Yes, that is correct. You can do Host filtering in your Account Discovery Job, but with 4600 workstations to interrogate, it will take some time - especially if some are turned off, as the script first needs to timeout before it moves on to the next Host. Regards Click Studios
  19. Tagging, flagging, or sharing passwords

    Excellent - thanks.
  20. Hello, None of the browser developers allow this anymore unfortunately - event in IE 11. They done this for security reasons. Regards Click Studios
  21. More verbose access log

    Hi Guys, At this stage it is not possible. We would need to figure out some logical manner of reporting on changes, as there are quite a few options and fields which can be changed. "And sometimes the user will try to actively hide what they've done" - sound like someone might have some staffing issues Regards Click Studios
  22. Reporting: hosts without password objects

    Hi, If there is some sort of error happening when scanning the hosts, the email report you get back should highlight this in Red. Are you seeing this? Regards Click Studios
  23. Sure, we understand. Maybe we can look at a popup or something in a future release.
  24. Tagging, flagging, or sharing passwords

    Thanks both of you! My searches of the manuals and forums didn't yield any results; I guess I was just using the wrong keywords. I think that linked passwords will do what I need!
  25. Bulk Password Resets

    Thank you Buckit. So if I understand correctly, under the Account and Host Discovery screen I should have two jobs. One should be a hosts discovery job for my workstations, in which I have specified a target OU. Then I should have a second job which is the local admin password reset job, which will query and take action against the items discovered in the host discovery job? I have attached a screenshot of my current Account and Host Discovery page. I am hoping someone can confirm I am on the right track. Should the discovery process really take so long?
  26. Permissions for generating API key

    Would you believe that the API documentation is actually tremendously well done? It hands-down beats the online documentation you guys have been showing in the screenshots! Just visit your PasswordState's API URL, for example: https://passwordstate/api or https://passwordstate/winapi The same URL you call with API calls also includes the full documentation with code examples! How sweet is that?!
  27. More verbose access log

    And sometimes the user will try to actively hide what they've done. So yeah, especially in high security environments, a detailed audit track would be recommended.
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