Yes We would like to see this supported to (password state 8.1 here)
just a quick update: our latest Royal TS V5 beta has a new feature called "Dynamic Folder" which allows you to populate a folder based on a script. We also have a couple of sample scripts which are working with Secret Server (consuming their API and building up the tree). You can find the docs and the sample scripts on our GitHub repo linked here:
For more information about the V5 beta go to:
Maybe one of you will take the challenge and build something for PasswordState. I'm not sure when one of us will have the time to look into this. It's kind of hard to get all the different products up and running, licensed and looked at for this, so we hope that some "PowerUsers" can jump in and help our community. We do accept pull requests ;)
I'm happy to report that Royal TS 5.0 has been released and includes dynamic folders:
This allows you to integrate 3rd party tools like this. We also have a couple of samples on our github repo which shows how this works:
For more information about the major new features of Royal TS 5.0, please head over to our https://www.royalapplications.com/ts/win/features-upgrade
PasswordState is an excellent Enterprise credential management solution.
This is becoming very useful for compliance with standards like ISO27001 (where there is a policy requirement for central credential management).
That makes using the RoyalTS credential management difficult (particularly with shared credentials).
Would Royal consider integrating to the PasswordState API, so you could select a credential directly from PasswordState - so on connect it queries for the credentials directly from the API?
Im sure PasswordState would be interested in this too.
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