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Add system as argument/parameter in arbitrary process propagation type

When running a arbitrary process as a propagation type in a password change job, I would like to be able to pass the system of which the password is being changed as a argument/parameter.


Currently, you can only pass the following:


%AccountDomain% - Domain of the account being changed.
%OldUsername% - current username of the account being changed.
%NewUsername% - new username of the account being changed if changing the account name.
%OldPassword% - current password for the account being changed.
%NewPassword% - new password for the account being changed.
%System% - target system which the change is being propagated to as entered in Lieberman RED Identity Management.
%SystemNetName% - network name for the system which change is being propagated to.

For example, if I am running a password change job against one or more Linux servers, I would like to be able to pass the system of which the password was changed as a variable when running the arbitrary process. Currently if I pass %AccountDomain% in this example, it passes a blank string.


  • Guest
  • Mar 30 2021
  • Future consideration
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