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Copy password to clipboard
#1
Hey, 

It would be great if we could right click a credential object in the navigation tree and copy username and copy password to the local clipboard. 

When you've got quite a lot of passwords on different systems/customers some of the systems are based around logins on local application/services that do not have a single sign-on feature and you would have to manually authenticate on the server. In our case it involves looking through a huge password database which takes quite some time Smile 

It should however be a user assigned feature via the security groups, we would like to be able to control this feature and specify what groups has this option available if possible. 

Thanks!
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(29-07-2016, 08:57 AM)Abnorm Wrote: Hey, 

It would be great if we could right click a credential object in the navigation tree and copy username and copy password to the local clipboard. 

When you've got quite a lot of passwords on different systems/customers some of the systems are based around logins on local application/services that do not have a single sign-on feature and you would have to manually authenticate on the server. In our case it involves looking through a huge password database which takes quite some time Smile 

It should however be a user assigned feature via the security groups, we would like to be able to control this feature and specify what groups has this option available if possible. 

Thanks!

I have two Ext. Applications setup for this.
Copy Username

cmd.exe /C echo %Domain%\%UserName%| clip.exe

Copy Password

cmd.exe /C echo %Password%| clip.exe
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