In principle, there are two types of passwords. Global and personal passwords.

Global passwords

Global passwords are passwords that are assigned to an organizational unit. These passwords are usually used by more than one user.



Before new global passwords can be created, the following requirements must be met:

  • User right can create new passwords
  • Add right to the corresponding organizational unit

Personal passwords

Personal passwords are passwords to which only the creating user is authorized.



The following user rights are required to create personal passwords:

  • Can create new passwords
  • Can create personal records

Creating passwords

When creating a new data set, it is important to be clear whether this is a personal or a global password, because according to this criterion you select the corresponding tab and click on the +, which is located in the upper right corner.


Then select the required form.


As soon as you have filled in all relevant information of the selected form, a click on Save is sufficient to create the password.


Editing passwords

To edit a password, click on the corresponding password and select the pen icon.


As soon as you click the pencil icon again in the new window, in the so-called readonly view, there is the possibility to edit all existing fields.




Passwords can currently only be deleted via the Full or WebClient.


Tags can be added or removed both when creating a new password and when editing a password.


It is also possible to create a completely new tag.
This is possible by searching for a tag that does not already exist in the tag selection in the search field. You are then offered the option of creating this non-existent tag.


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