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Posts Tagged ‘Remote Password Changing’

Introducing Secret Server 8.5 Pt. 2: Scalability Enhancements for Remote Password Changing, Heartbeat and Discovery

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Secret Server 8.5 adds a number of new features and functionality. These new features are pretty awesome, so we decided this release deserves a little extra showcasing. Check back each week through April to learn something new about 8.5 and how it will increase your team’s overall security and productivity. Today we are going to […]

IT’s TIME: Update Those Security Settings with PowerShell

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Secret Server 8.4, released in January, included additional ways to update Secret security settings via the web services API. This week, we’ll show you how to use PowerShell to access the Secret Server web services API and configure security settings for Secrets. Web Service security settings: What’s available? The web services API can help you […]

Don’t Just Store, Actively Manage Your Passwords! Create Custom Password Changers for All Devices

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

  You just purchased a new network device or server and realized that Secret Server doesn’t contain a specific password changer for it. You figure the best you can do is store the static credentials in Secret Server, but there’s no way Secret Server could actively manage password changing, right? Think again! Secret Server has […]

Fasten Your Seat belts! Advancements to Web Services API Speed Up Remote Password Changing

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

If you are familiar with Secret Server’s web services API, you already know that it can be a convenient way to retrieve, create and update Secrets individually and in bulk, especially if you already use scripts to accomplish account-related tasks in your environment. Some of the most common use cases require only simple calls to […]

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