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End user experience - allow option to view account checkout without linking to system

End users need to retrieve credentials that are not always specific to an onboarded server. Allowing the end user to log into password safe and checkout the account password based on the account instead of enforcing a server and account linking would enhance user experience.

  • Guest
  • Jul 15 2021
  • Future consideration
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  • Guest commented
    22 Jul 11:04pm

    Agreed overall.

    We have had to "game" this into creating a General, Dummy Asset that is used to apply the domain credential towards. It never is used as RDP / SSH and is really only there if a user must checkout a single domain credential without ever having to link it to real/live assets.

    While it is a workaround, this idea here is something that should be available to configure and not necessarily tied to an asset.

  • Guest commented
    16 Jul 08:06pm

    This just seems obvious. When you have a domain based managed credential, it doesn't have to be linked to any specific system to be used. Once a user checks out the password, it can be used on any applicable domain joined system where it has necessary permissions.

    We use many applications that aren't RDP/SSH based, so users need to check out the privileged credential to log into them (VMWare vCenter HTML5 web interface is an obvious one). And I refuse to use AutoIT in my environment, not just because it has been used in many instances of malware in the past, so we just block it altogether, but also because it is Windows specific.

    An extension for the a browser would go a long way to helping minimize the need to release the password to the user, but that is another feature request.