1 Reply Latest reply on May 4, 2018 7:07 AM by cwinning

    Changing stored Credentials Password with powershell

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      I have a password manager that has a Rest API , we wanted to use the password rotate options. So I looked at your powershell module and I have a few questions around this.

       

      1) I see 2 cmdlets that I could use Add and Remove-STCredential

       

      What I wanted to do is remotely reset the stored credentials , I know I can store the password in secure text and add-STcredential with the new password but ,

           a) Add a credential is not the same as editting one. I don't want to remove the credentials as that might break associations to group that were made.

           b) In essence i wanted to backdoor into a current credentials that is setup as a default cred and assigned to groups and change the password without breaking anything etc.

       

      2) How can accomplish password change without much hassel ?

        • 1. Re: Changing stored Credentials Password with powershell
          cwinning CommunityTeam

          Hello,

           

          Apologies for the late reply.  I believe he compatibility with Rest will be in the next major release of Patch for Windows Servers.  That being said, our credentials are encrypted using user profile therefore I don't believe it's possible to manipulate credentials through a PowerShell script in the current version.

           

          I would highly recommend submitting a feature request, you can access the site from the console UI.  Help > Submit a feature request.

           

          Thanks,

          Charles