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  1. Hi, Is it possible to sync Active Directory with Passwordstate? If I create a Service Account with a specific name like svc_[SERVERNAME] or if the service account is in a specific group in AD, then automatically add a entry in passwordstate with the accountname, password and other information? Or do anyone know how to add entries via script (Powershell, TSQL) ? Regards Hakan
  2. Hoya! Another day, another thread I'm in the process of setting up our privileged accounts for Windows and Linux management. Linux is easy in this case, as we'll limit the user through SUDO rules. Fine and dandy. It's Windows that's throwing me off (it's not really my field of expertise). I'm loathe of making a user account that's simply given access to the local "Administrators" group on each host. That feels damn dangerous to me. So I'm trying to hammer down things and make it work with the least possible privileges. Unfortunately I can't get it to work: I'm stuck at
  3. From what we've read, we believe the "emergency access" feature is to be used for instances where users are unable to login, such as when AD is not accessible. We were wondering if this is the method that other people are utilizing for such instances, or if anyone has found a different means of doing so. Our particular use case that we are trying to prepare for is AD being unavailable. Thanks in advance, Jason
  4. On a Windows server or desktop OS, it is possible to configure a Service, IIS Application Pool, Scheduled Task or COM+ Component to have its "Identity" run as an Active Directory Account. We call these Dependencies in Passwordstate. This post shows how to configure a Password Record to manage this dependency. Step 1: Ensure you have prerequisites set up for your web server and hosts, as per this forum post (Once off process) Step 2: Ensure you configure a password record as per this Form Post. This should contain the Active Directory account you intend to set up on your de
  5. Hello, We've got problem. Our passwordstate build version is 7551 (the newest one). Some AD security groups with disabled AD user accounts doesn't want sync with Passwordstate. During sync in Application log we see below error: An error has occurred executing the call 'QuerySecurityGroupsMembership_AD'. Security Groups Details are: Security Group = Test, Domain = domain, FQDN = domain.local, and error message = The specified directory service attribute or value does not exist. &stacktrace= at System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement.ADStoreCtx.LoadDirectoryEntryAttributes(
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