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  1. Hello Michelle, Yes, you just need to change the bindings for the site in IIS, and then go to the screen Administration -> Password Reset Portal -> System Settings -> Miscellaneous tab, and update your URL there also. Regards Click Studios
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  2. Is there a way to capitalise the first letter of generated word phrases in a password generator policy? We want to achieve something like the following: BiggestSettle786 Also, it would be cool if a random word phrase word could be a variable in the 'Generate Using a Pattern' option. Thanks!
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  3. We've recently upgraded to 8.5 (from 7.6) and I have a user that leverages and extensive amount of Folder. When they click on a Folder, they are presented with the following: They would like to suppress the displaying of the "Folder Properties' and 'External Links' blocks. They use the 'Search Passwords in Folder' and would like to extend / stretch the block containing the results - to make them more presentable (some values are quite long). Is it possible to either suppress these blocks, or rearrange the blocks so they are underneath the base Folder blo
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  4. Hi, we just bought the passwordstate enterprise edition for our company and are very satisfied. Because we are a german company i would like to ask if there are any plans for adding the possibility to change the language to for example german. This would be a great feature and would help us to find more user acceptance. Thank you. Kind regards Achim
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  5. For an automation process we have, we would need to create a large number of password lists in one Passwordstate folder for an 'admin' account. Those password lists will be shared with exactly 1 person, and contain a password to a service. We would like those people to be able to access Passwordstate API to retrieve said passwords. The users can't use WinAPI, as the machine they will be accessing Passwordstate API from, doesn't have an AD account for them. Hence, the users are limited to using the default API. To connect to it, they need to have an API key. However, we can't ge
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  6. Hey! For the use case I have in mind, it's a Linux machine with no AD account on it. I am aware of the possibility of running WinAPI on Linux, but that won't work as the users can't use DefaultCredentials (bcz of lack of AD account on the machine), and if they were to provide their AD password directly to WinAPI with plaintext credentials - it will completely defeat the purpose of using Passwordstate. We aim to use it to avoid passing AD password in plain text to perform SSO, but rather retrieve a password from Passwordstate programmatically, where we can limit the potential disast
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  7. Hi guys, Another example, where I always get the prompt to save a credential from ServiceNow. When you deploy so called update sets from one instance to another, there's a credential stored for this task. The password is not readable for obvious reasons. The browser extension is aksing me here every time, if I would like to save this credential. Best regards, Fabian
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  8. Hi Joseph, We always say to perform your own risk assessment if exposing Passwordstate on the internet, but I guess that is what this forum post is all about. If any other members would like to share their experiences with this, please feel free to comment!. This blog post will help set up Passwordstate to be accessed from the internet: https://www.clickstudios.com.au/blog/protecting-your-passwordstate-website-when-exposing-it-to-the-internet/#:~:text=Protecting your Passwordstate Website when exposing it to the Internet,-May 7%2C 2020&text=Whilst Click Studios pr
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