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  2. The PassiveNode setting in your c:\inetpub\passwordstate\web.config file controls the behaviour of your Passwordstate website, and the Passwordstate Windows Service. This is where your PassiveNode is set: If you do not see your PassiveNode in the web.config file in clear text like the screenshot above, then your web.config file will be encrypted. Please see this forum post for more information on this: https://www.clickstudios.com.au/community/index.php?/topic/2699-encrypting-and-decrypting-the-webconfig-file/ To explain the PassiveNode values: False = your Passwordstate website is in fully functional, read/write and the windows service is fully operational. Your primary server should always be set to False Active = The website is in Read/Write mode, but the windows service is limited. ie it does not perform syncs or password resets, or send out user emails. True = the website is in Read only mode and the Windows service is also limited. Basically, set the primary web.config to False always, and the secondary web.config to either True or Active, depending if you want the website to be in Read/Write mode, or just Read Only mode. If you need to change the value of the PassiveNode for any reason, please restart your Passwordstate Windows Service to pick up this change. Restarting the Windows service is non disruptive for your end users. Regards, Support
  3. support

    Migrating from local Auth to AD

    Hi, Sorry, just to clarify, when you say 'Local Auth' are you using the Forms Based authentication version of Passwordstate? We do have local account logins, when integrated with Active Directory, so thought I would ask. The screenshot below will allow you to determine this. Regards Click Studios
  4. support

    Migrating from local Auth to AD

    Hello, You can use the following article as a guide for this migration - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/Forms_to_AD_Migration.pdf If you have any questions about it, please let us know. Regards Click Studios
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  6. To test that you have SQL replication working correctly this simple test will help. If you open SQL Management Studio Tools, connect to you Primary database server and run the following query: USE Passwordstate SELECT COUNT(*) FROM Auditing If you repeat this process above when connected to your secondary database server, you should get the same result if SQL Replication is working. If you are using two databases in your HA setup, then SQL Replication must be work otherwise you will experience a range of issues. Regards, Support
  7. Would be nice if the browser extension could also copy TOTP code if the password item has that configured.
  8. Hi all, I know this is probably something that can't be easily achieved but I'll ask anyway. I'm in the process of migrating Passwordstate from Local user accounts/authentication to AD managed accounts/authentication. Obviously, as a result of this all previous mappings and permission schemes for users and groups no longer apply, this includes private personal password lists. Is there any way to remap the permissions with relative ease? Cheers C
  9. Jan Liniger

    Delete your own private password lists

    Thank you - I forgot this menu.
  10. Hi Everyone, Today we have release build 8865, which includes 1 bug fix. Full changelog can be found here - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-changelog.aspx. Regards Click Studios
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  12. Tobbe

    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Ok, i will post a support case and provide you guys with an sample file. And i yes, i am following the import instructions. My xml-file from keepass (with swedish characters) looks fine but when i run the powershell script it looks like it does not get the special characters, im starting to think its something in powershell, if you look in the ps-script you will see it using UTF-8 here (Line 56): } $jsonBody = $Body | ConvertTo-Json $PasswordstateURLFull = "$($global:PasswordstateURL)/api/passwordlists" If ($global:PasswordstateWhatIf -eq $False) { $result = Invoke-Restmethod -Method POST -Uri $PasswordstateURLFull -ContentType "application/json; charset=utf-8" -Body $jsonBody $output = $result.PasswordListID } Else { Write-Host $("Would Create Passwordstate-Passwordlist """ + $Name + """") -ForegroundColor Yellow $output = 0 } } i will inculde all this in the support case as well. Best Regards Tobbe export-keepass-example.xml
  13. Hi Everyone, Today we have release build 8864, which includes 8 new updates, and 6 bug fixes. Full changelog can be found here - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-changelog.aspx. Regards Click Studios
  14. Just tested again and it looks like it's working as expected now. Thanks!
  15. Hi Mike, We've been doing some more testing today, with versions of 5.12.35 and 5.10.27, and we cannot seem to reproduce this anymore - which is very odd. Below is my screenshots of the password record we're using, and could you test again for us?
  16. support

    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hi Tobbe, Would you be able to contact us via the following page and provide a sample XML file we can test with - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/support.aspx? And can you confirm you are following these instructions for the import - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/blog/import-passwords-keepass-passwordstate/? Thanks very much. Regards Click Studios
  17. Tobbe

    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hello again, Im able to add notes, comments etc with with swedish characters, but maybe its another thing to do an import with the utf-8 characters.
  18. support

    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hi Tobbe, Unfortunately we do not have Unicode support in Passwordstate at this stage - it's something we'd like to work on, but it's a large body of work to achieve. Regards Click Studios
  19. support

    Delete your own private password lists

    Hi Jan, User have Admin rights to their Private Password Lists, so they can do this from the List Administrator's Actions dropdown list just beneath the Passwords grid. Regards Click Studios
  20. Tobbe

    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hi All. Im trying to use this powershell script to import from keepass but it will not take our swedish characters (UTF-8). I have checked the XML-file from Keepass and that looks correct, but when i import it to passwordstate it will get all strange. Any ideas how to correct this? BR Tobbe
  21. Hi again, Good morning, I have been able to test the adjustments in detail. Everything worked fine and I can now set/fix the permissions as I want. Thanks again for the fast support.
  22. Hello, is it possible to give users rights to delete their own private password lists? Shared lists should not be able to be deleted. Or how do you handle that? Thank you for your feedback
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  24. Right now, we have the following optional icons on Password results/favourites depending on what additional attributes the records have: Favourite Status Additional Notes Individual Password Permissions Documents attached It would be great to have an icon that lets users know to look within the password entry for "One-Time Password Authenticator" information, as sometimes our users forget to check. Thanks for reading and considering!
  25. support

    Confluence Integration

    Hi SeanIT, Possibly our Permalinks could help with this - you can have permalinks for password records, Password Lists, Password Folders, Host Folders and Host records. Below is a screenshot of where you can find the Permalink for a password record. Regards Click Studios
  26. SeanIT

    Confluence Integration

    I would like to be able to integrate PasswordState into Confluence. We use confluence for our documentation, when creating documentation I would like to be able insert a password from PasswordState and in confluence it would just show the text "click here to view password" and it would load the relevant PasswordState page to show the password
  27. support

    Password Expiry Notification

    Great news, thanks for letting us know.
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