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Would like to see option to limit users from adding attachments to specific folders. Since it's already a global configuration, would expect not to be big thing to make per folder setting for it too. Either implement a way to prevent users from adding documents to any folders, but continue to allow uploading them to lists and password items. Or provide a way to disable uploading documents just to specific folders. Use case: Admin makes some folder hierarchy/context on where people should be storing their lists. If there's no way to prevent uploading documents, people tend to forget or not read internal guidance and they end up storing personal documents to folders which are shared to also others. We would like to be able to prevent this from happening.
'Administrator’ right on individual password records, so that account owners could approve access to passwords for accounts they own e.g service/system account password a developer needs access to though API.
Hi, Some users needs to use an API key with their password lists. We have set the "Enable the 'Toggle Visibility of Web API IDs' menu for Password List Administrators only (if set to No, users with Modify rights will also have access to this menu):" to No But the toggle visiblity remains greyed out for users with modify permissions. I have now given the users admin permission on those list. This allows them to toggle the visibility of the API key. However, the API key is set to 'None'. They can access the API key tab in the properties of the list, but the 'Generate API key' button is greyed out. What permissions must a user have to be able to generate an/the API key? It looks like all API keys have to be generated by a Passwordstate system administrator? I'm using build 8165 Valentijn
Hi, When granting new permissions to a user on a passwordlist, you can specify a "reason for access". This is very good and helpful as an audit trail of why a user has been given access. I would like the same feature to be present when changing an existing permission. For example when as a list admin you change the permission of somebody from 'View' to 'Modify' or even to 'Admin'. Thanks, Valentijn