1a – Access the Password module from the main Deepser menu.
1b – Else access it through the drop-down menu of the user portal.
2 – Click on the Add Password button
3 – You will see the form for the password creation.
The fields have the following meaning:
|Name||Brief description of the password.|
|Address||Address of the device /URL of the site|
|Company||Field used to connect the password to an existing Deepser company.|
|Password||The Password to store.|
|Generate||Button to generate a random password.|
|Key File content||Cryptographic key to be stored, inserted as text content. (e.g. to store an API key).|
|View Groups/View Users||Allows to select multiple groups or individual users who will be able to view the password.|
|View and Edit Groups/View and Edit Users||Allows to select multiple groups or individual users who will be able to view and edit/delete the password.|
|Use Groups/Use Users||It allows to select multiple groups or individual users who will be able to display the password in the forms that will use it, implemented by means of a custom Deeppassword field.|
|Use Password||Enable the display of the password within the modules that implement it.|
|Hidden||It makes the password not recoverable by passphrase from users, but still usable internally by the software, for example for scanning.|
|Status||Indicates the status of the password (Enabled/Disabled).|
|Expiration Date||Defines an expiration date for the password, can be implemented as a reminder for escalation rules. When the expiration date is reached, the Expired field is automatically set to ‘Yes’.|
|Expired||Indicates if the password has expired.|
|Updated by||Indicates which user is responsible for the latest password update.|
|Is private||Indicates if the password is private.|
|Description||Description and/or additional notes on the password.|
|Category||The category field can be valorized only if there are categories visible to the DeepPassword model.|
3a – To generate a random password, click the Generate button.
3b – Select the relevant parameters, enter a length, and then click on Generate.
3c – Fill in the relevant fields (in the example a password is configured for a cloud service, then the fields Name, Username, Password will be highlighted, this will be visible to all groups, but only Second Level IT administrators can change it).
Note: To the left of the Generate button there is a security indicator for the password entered.
4 – Now the password is correctly saved and viewable by selected users and groups