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  1. Sure, I've emailed you the steps to your support email address.
  2. Hello, We're experiencing some behavior with private password lists, that seems to be contrary to what's published here and I was wondering if others have the same issue and/or if I'm just misinterpreting how things work. I have created a private password list and have disabled the ability to export passwords for the list. The only user that has permissions to see the list is myself. Another user that is a security admin is able to go in and copy the password from my private password list to a shared password list and then able to view the password. This essentially makes passwords in my private password list visible to all security administrators. Is there another option that I need to enable to make my passwords truly private? Or is this a bug or intended behavior? We're on version 7.2 build 7273. Thanks, Abhi
  3. Just a note, if you are running the PasswordState service under a different account, you have to explicitly give it permissions to read the encryption keys, if you encrypt the database connection string, by using this command: aspnet_regiis -pa "NetFrameworkConfigurationKey" "Domain\Username of service account"
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