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Is it possible to perform a mass update of the minimal password strength on folders? We have about 1000 folders, and the minimal password strength must be changed from "very weak" to "medium". Can this be done in a mass update? I have already searched the tables in the database, but could not find the column that represents the minimal password strength of a folder.
Would be nice to have support for other protocols in URL field, not only http/https (http is auto-added, even if the protocol is written by user). Can be in example rdp, ssh, vnc... This types can be autodetected by the system and open then proper application instead of opening it in web browser.
we've found only the "restricted to" possibility to share an item with other persons and roles the containing folder was not shared with.
The persons and roles, we restricted the item to could then see the item. The persons and roles who are supposed to see the whole folder could not see it.
We search for a possibility to only additionally share single items with persons and roles. Is there one or is one planned for a future release? =)
I propose changing to a font that is unambiguous.
I sometimes have to add notes in the description like "that's an upper-case i" or "that's a lower-case L" because not all of my applications support copy-paste and I have to type the passwords in after unmasking them.
When LDAP authentication is enabled, and a user logs in for the first time, their account is created in the database.
However, it does not populate the FirstName/SecondName/EmailAddr fields from LDAP attributes; also, there is no way to set up a default Role for newly-created LDAP users.
I would like to be able to optionally specify a default Role, and the LDAP attributes to use to initially populate the name and email for these users.
This is even more important if we want to be able to use 2FA in conjunction with LDAP login.
Hi, not a big deal but it would be helpful if all settings were stored within SQL instead of config files on the local server. I have a high availability set up of teampass in AWS where I have the app installed as part of an autoscaling group. I'm finding some settings are not stored within SQL so I need to make the change on the master image and redeploy the autoscale group. All the other functions work great, even as part of the autoscale group.
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