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  1. Fabian Näf

    Can WinAPI be used via a Linux shell script?

    Hi Habskilla To create the REST JSON Body I always go for the following approach: First create a PowerShell object and convert it then to a JSON-String. The big advantage of that is, that you don't have to care about any special characters, escaping and stuff like that. $Body = @{ FolderName = $Name Description = $Description NestUnderFolderID = $ParentFolderID APIKey = $global:PasswordStateSystemWideAPIKey } $jsonBody = $Body | ConvertTo-Json $PasswordstateURLFull = "$($global:PasswordstateURL)/api/folders" $result = Invoke-Restmethod -Method POST -Uri $PasswordstateURLFull -ContentType "application/json; charset=utf-8" -Body $jsonBody The response I get is then stored in $result and can be accessed directly: $output = $result.FolderID If you have the answer as a string you also could use for the following approach: $responseObject = $responseJsonString | ConvertFrom-Json If you take a look the KeePassImport-Script you'll find some more examples. All the best, Fabian
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    Upgrading from free version

    Hi Alex On the follwing site you can calculate a quote. https://clickstudios.com.au/create-quote.aspx Best regards, Fabian
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    Key storage

    Hi Nathan In Passwordstate you can also upload and attach documents to a passwordlist. Probably this could be a way for you to store the key files. But I'm not sure if uploaded documents are getting encrypted in the database (probably @support could help out here whit this question). Best regards, Fabian
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    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hi Khurram You could try to import to a different folder. Or you also could try to use the WinAPI version, but this one creates private passwordlists. You would need to convert them or change the script to create shared passwordlists. Best regards, Fabian
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    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hi Khurram Also other users are experiencing the same error and therefore I'm guessing that it's kind of a bug. I reported back here. Best regards, Fabian
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    Issues adding passwords via webapi

    Hi all, Currently I think that there's some kind of bug with this REST method, because I can't see any issues with the script and also other users are reporting the same error. In our company about one month ago one user wannted to use the import script from KeePass, which is using the WinAPI and we got the following error when the REST call tried to add passwords to a Passwordlist. After we stared exactly the same import with another user account it worked fine. The KeePass import script with the WinAPI creates private passwordlists and uses the loggedin users account (instead of shared with the script which uses the Anonymous-API with the Key). Best regards, Fabian
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    New import KeePass Powershell script 2018

    Hi Khurram Do you get any errors from the PowerShell script itself? Could you post them? Do you use the version with the WinAPI or the Version which uses the API with the Systemwide API Key? Could you try to run the script with another user or try to import to a different folder? Best regards, Fabian
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    Approve Check Out

    Hi Joshua Passwordstate gives you the possibility to request an access to a password or passwordlist by clicking on the passwords menu (the first icon) on the lefthand side. Through this option you can request an approval from admins of the Passwordlist/Password. Permissions can be get only for a certain time window or can need a handshake approval (two person). There's also an other feature which could be interested for you: When you have an account properly setup with password rest options you can use the checkin/checkout feature. This will show a Password only after it has been checked out by the user. After the work has been done, the password needs to be checked in again. Then the password reset comes into play, it will immediately generate a new password and set this new password on the related system. So no one (expect passwordstate) will ever now the current password and the user can't write it down. Best regards, Fabian
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    Delete Folder Button

    That sounds very bad, if someone accidentaly deletes passwordlists even though he has been asked twice. But I can imagine, that this can happen easily, when people are to lazy to read the dialogs... In other tools I've seen a dialog coming up where you manually need to type the word "delete" to remove something very important, probably this could be an easy way to prevent accindental removal of passwordlists. Anyway I'd like to link from this feature request to the feature request of a recycle bin for password lists for other user to upvote both
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    Single password / password list recovery

    +1 for a recycle bin for password lists (to push this feature request )
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    Permissions folder

    +1 for this feature request with configurable options through the administration menu. Reason: When a user has modify rights in a folder with propagated permissions, he can create Passwordlists, but he's unable to modify or delete the Passwordlists afterwards, when he made a misstake (e.g. typo).
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    Delete Folder Button

    Hi Sarge I came up with a similar feature request some weeks ago. For me it would make sense to have this option direct in the context menu of the tree. No mather if it's a passwordlist or a folder. This would give our users a better usability, because they could find the same option everytime at the same place. About the concerns of having the delete button in front and not "hidden": Of course, a confirm dialog would be needed! Best regards, Fabian