Examples

From the Password Safe API Guide:

GET AccessLevels

Purpose

Returns a list of access levels for permissions, for example, None, Read, and Read/Write.

Required Permissions

User Accounts Management (Read).

Request Body

None.

Response Body

Content-Type: application/json

[
    {
        AccessLevelID:int,
        Name: string,
    },
    …
]

Response Codes

200 - Request successful. Access Levels in the response body.

For more information, please see Common Response Codes.

Here's how to issue this API via PSRUN:

psrun2 127.0.0.1 3ea6..acb5acc cli GET AccessLevels

View tab-separated results

By default, results are tab-separated.

 

View comma-separated value results

You can change this behavior to get CSV output:

psrun2 -quote -separator "," 127.0.0.1 3ea6..acb5acc cli GET AccessLevels

 

View the results without headers

It is also possible to remove the headers:

psrun2 -quote -separator "," -noheaders 127.0.0.1 3ea6..acb5acc cli GET AccessLevels

 

You can export the results through redirection:

psrun2 127.0.0.1 3ea6..acb5acc cli GET AccessLevels > results.xls
psrun2 -quote -separator "," 127.0.0.1 3ea6..acb5acc cli GET AccessLevels > results.csv

View the results in Excel

The results can be viewed in Excel.

 

POST Requests

Purpose

Creates a new release request.

Required Roles

  • Requestor or requestor/approver role to managed account referenced by ID

For information on ISA role access, please see ISA Requests.

Request Body

Content-Type: application/json

{
    AccessType: string,
    SystemID: int,
    AccountID: int,
    ApplicationID: int, // can be null
    DurationMinutes : int,
    Reason : string,
    AccessPolicyScheduleID : int, // can be null
    ConflictOption : string,
    TicketSystemID : int,
    TicketNumber : string,
    RotateOnCheckin: bool
}

Request Body Details

  • AccessType: (optional, default: View) The type of access requested (View, RDP, SSH, App).
    • View: View Password access.
    • RDP: RDP access (corresponds to POST Sessions SessionType RDP or rdpfile).
    • SSH: SSH access (corresponds to POST Sessions SessionType SSH).
    • App: Application access (corresponds to POST Sessions SessionType App or appfile).
  • SystemID: (required) ID of the managed system to request.
  • AccountID: (required) ID of the managed account to request.
  • ApplicationID: (required when AccessType=App): ID of the application for an application-based request.
  • DurationMinutes: (required: 1-525600) The request duration (in minutes).
  • Reason: (optional) The reason for the request.
  • AccessPolicyScheduleID: (optional) The schedule ID of an access policy to use for the request. If omitted, automatically selects the best schedule.
  • ConflictOption: (optional) The conflict resolution option to use if an existing request is found for the same user, system, and account (reuse, renew). If omitted and a conflicting request is found, returns a 409 code (see below).
    • reuse: Returns an existing, approved request ID for the same user/system/account/access type (if one exists). If the request does not already exist, creates a new request using the request body details.
    • renew: Cancels any existing approved requests for the same user/system/account and creates a new request using the request body details.
  • TicketSystemID: ID of the ticket system. If omitted, then default ticket system will be used.
  • TicketNumber: Number of associated ticket. Can be required if ticket system is marked as required in the access policy used. Max string length is 20.
  • RotateOnCheckin: (optional, default: true) True to rotate the credentials on check-in/expiry, otherwise false. This property can only be used if the access policy (either auto-selected or given in AccessPolicyScheduleID) supports it.

In reference to RotateOnCheckin, If the Managed Account given in AccountID does not rotate the credentials after check-in/expiry, this setting is ignored.

For more information, please see the Allow API Rotation Override access policy setting under View access.

Response Body

{
    RequestID: int
}

Response Codes

  • 200 – Existing request is being reused. Existing request ID in the response body.
  • 201 – Request successful. Request ID in the response body.
  • 403 – User does not have permissions to request the indicated account or the account does not have API access enabled. Response body contains a status code indicating the reason for this forbidden access:
    • 4031 – User does not have permission to request the account or the account is not valid for the system.
    • 4032 – Requestor Only API or account. Only Requestors can access this API or account.
    • 4033 – Approver Only API or account. Only Approvers can access this API or account.
    • 4035 - Not enough Approvers configured to approve a request.
  • 409 – Conflicting request exists. This user or another user has already requested a password for the specified account within the next <durationMinutes> window.

For more information, please see Common Response Codes.

PSRUN command:

psrun2 127.0.0.1 3ea6..acb5acc "cli;pwd=[Password1]" POST Requests SystemId=1 AccountId=12 DurationMinutes=30 Reason="Just to test request"