Access Secret Server to retrieve or update Secrets and Folders using Web Services. The flexible nature of Web Services allows Secret Server to be accessed using Secret Assistant, the iPhone app, third party applications, and scripts. Proper authentication is required to access the Secret Server Web Services and all actions are audited.
What you can do with the Web Services API:
- Authenticate to Secret Server (includes support for RADIUS)
- Search for Secrets
- Save new Secrets
- Edit existing Secrets
- Mark Secrets as favorites
- And More...
View an example set of Web Services available in Secret Server >
Security in the API
Access Web Service using SSL to ensure the communication channel is secure. Secret Server uses a token-based authentication mechanism which makes Web Service requests easier as the authentication occurs as a separate step, and then the token is passed to each method. This token has a limited lifespan depending on the configuration determined by the administrator of the Secret Server.
View a sample Perl script used to access the Web Services.
View a sample PHP script used to access the Web Services.
Access Secret Server Web Service using a PowerShell script with Windows Authentication
Access Secret Server Web Service using a sample C# script
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