Viewing Secrets

The secrets are displayed in the Management Tool on the Password Management page (on the Secrets tab). The list of secrets is displayed in the form of a grid. The grid includes the following information in the corresponding columns:

• Viewing sessions in which secrets were used: Allows user sessions which used a specific secret to be viewed. Find the secret which you want to view the use of, and click the corresponding icon in this column. The Monitoring Results page will then open with user sessions filtered by the selected secret.

• Secret Name: The name of the secret. The password rotation status icon is displayed next to the secret name on the left.

• Secret Type: The type of secret.

• Added By: The name of the user who added the secret.

• Description: A description of the secret.

• Delete All: Allows all secrets to be deleted simultaneously.

To find a specific secret, enter its name or a part of their name in the search box in the top right of the page, and then click the  icon on the right of it.

You can also filter and sort the information about the secrets in the grid.

By default, the following filters are displayed:

• Secret Name: Allows the filtering of secrets by the name of the secret.

• Secret Type: Allows the filtering of secrets by type.

• Password Rotation Status: Allows the filtering of secrets by the password change status.

• Expiration Date: Allows the filtering of secrets by the expiration date. The resulting list of secrets includes all secrets that expire during a specific time period. To define the time period, select one of the following options, and then click the Apply button:

- Specify the time period required for the Within the last number of hours, days, weeks, or months.

- Specify the Between start date and end date of the time period required.

To sort the secrets, click the required column header. You can change the column sort order from ascending to descending, and vice versa. To do this, click the Sort arrow in the corresponding column header on the right.

If the data is not sorted by a column, the Sort arrow is not shown in the column header.