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Ability to 'Copy Password' from several "keynote" sessions via hotkey

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My users operate with many accounts in their day to day. Within a single RDP session they may use multiple credentials: One to auth to the server (AD credentials), and another to auth to an application.

I have configured credential-based sessions that retrieve their passwords from our vaults.

We understand that we can Copy Password of the OPENED/CURRENT tab (RDP session) with a global hotkey (Options > UI > Keyboard > Actions > Clipboard - Copy Password). However, we would like to expand the Action functionality to ALSO be able to copy another (non-active) credential repository's password.

We need a way to define "keynote" sessions that are accessible by hotkeys. These keynote sessions live in the Navigation Pane as credential repository sessions. If I could globally define one to five "keynote" sessions, then I could create a hotkey to "Clipboard - Copy Password - Keynote 1" - and my users could quickly retrieve their other credentials.

This saves time from having to: expand the navigation pane, find the appropriate credential session, right click, copy password.

Clock5 mths

Hello,
Does the keynote session would be per RDP entry?

Regards

David Hervieux

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Clock4 mths


Hello,

This would be 2 to 3 "keynotes" per Data Source. We'd essentially like to have the passwords that are retrieved via several different Credential-Repository-Type-sessions at our fingertips (via global hotkey) when in any other session, RDP included.


-Steve

Clock4 mths

I will add this to our todo list and check how we could add shortcut linked to a session.

Regards

David Hervieux

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Clock4 mths