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We have just enabled the option "When a new User Account is added to Passwordstate, automatically create a Private Password List for the user" option. However we cannot find an option to retroactively create Private Password Lists for the users already created. Is there such a way or is the only option to ask users to manually create these?

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Hi Tom,

 

We've just thought possibly you could use the API to achieve this.  I have pasted in a script below which will create a Private Password List for one single user called halox\lkels.  Possibly what you could do is get a list of names that you need to create Private Lists for, and loop through those names, putting this script below in a foreach loop.

 

If you have any questions about this, please let me know:

 


$PasswordstateUrl = "https://sandbox.halox.net"
$APIKey = "4ca37695823bdfe9285afe3bc3463453"

 

# Define values for the Password List in below array
$Body = @{
    PasswordList                    = "A Test Password List"
    Description                           = "This short description is for my Test Password List"
    NestUnderFolderID                   = "0"
    APIKey                               = $APIKey
    Guide                               = "This is some test text to be inserted into the guide for this Password List"
    ImageFileName                    = "activedirectory.png"
    AllowExport                        = "True"
    PrivatePasswordList                = "true"
    PreventBadPasswordUse            = "true"
    ApplyPermissionsForUserID       = "halox\lkels"
    Permission                      = "A"
}

 

# Convert Array to Json
$jsonData = $Body | ConvertTo-Json

# Execute the command


$FullUrl = "$PasswordstateUrl/api/passwordlists"
$result = Invoke-Restmethod -Method Post -Uri $FullUrl -ContentType "application/json; charset=utf-8" -Body $jsonData

 

 

 

Regards,

Support.

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Hi Support,

 

I've converted to using WinAPI and have disabled API.  Is it possible to provide the same capability using 'winAPI'?   I've tried it using the following code (signed-in as myself), but get the error  [ Invoke-Restmethod : You do not have permission to view this directory or page ] :

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  $PasswordstateUrl = 'https://my.url'


  # Define values for the Password List in below array
  $Body = @{
    PasswordList                              = "Test_Private_PasswordList"
    Description                                  = "This short description is for my Test Password List"
    NestUnderFolderID                    = "0"
    Guide                                           = ""
    ImageFileName                         = ""
    AllowExport                                = "True"
    PrivatePasswordList                 = "true"
    PreventBadPasswordUse        = "true"
    ApplyPermissionsForUserID  = "myDomain/myUserId"
    Permission                                = "A"
  }

 

# Convert Array to Json
  $jsonData = $Body | ConvertTo-Json

# Execute the command

  $FullUrl = "$PasswordstateUrl/winapi/passwordlists"
  $result = Invoke-Restmethod -Method Post -Uri $FullUrl -ContentType "application/json; charset=utf-8" -Body $jsonData

  Write-Host "Created PasswordListId [$result.PasswordListID]"

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I'm assuming it is possible through WinAPI and I simply don't have the syntax correct.  

 

Can you confirm this is possibly through WinAPI, and provide me with the correct syntax.

 

Thanks... Scott

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