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How can I bulk Import data into the Password Server with a CSV?

The AuthAnvil Password Server Vault Import script allows you to import a large quantity of Scopes, Vaults, and Passwords simultaneously without having to manually click through every step.

Bulk Vault Import Script for  v1.6 and newer & v1.5  are attached to the Article. PWS v1.7 and later include native features for importing data.

These scripts allow you to import a large quantity of Scopes -> Vaults -> Passwords into your AuthAnvil Password Server based on folders and password import files (.csv). This is a  Command Line PowerShell 2.0 script (ZIP package).


Prerequisites

  1. This script must be run on the machine where AAPS is installed.
  2. The AAPSServiceClient DLL must be in the same location as this script.
  3. A Third Party Certificate file ("ThirdPartyCert.pfx" by default) must be generated on the "External Settings" page in AAPS and downloaded to the same location as this script.
  4. A directory named "data" must be in the same location as this script.



Getting Started

  1. Create separate directories in "data" with names matching new or existing Scopes in AAPS.
  2. Add properly formatted Password Import CSV files to those Scope directories with filenames matching new or existing Vaults within those Scopes.

Note: If your passwords, vaults, or scopes have names or values that have invalid characters they will fail to be created. All entries within that scope / vault password import file will be skipped.


Usage

  1. Run "AAPSVaultImport.ps1" in PowerShell.
  2. If AAPS contains more than one Organization, select your Organization from the outputted list.
  3. Enter the logon credentials for an AAPS user with Administrator permissions for that Organization.

Provided that the logon credentials are valid, the script will then do the following:

1. For each directory inside "data":

1.1. Check if a Scope of the same name already exists in that Organization.
- If not, then create a new Scope with that name and continue.

1.2. Create a new role mapped to the Scope and assign the running user to that role

1.3. For each CSV file inside the Scope directory:

1.3.1. Check if a Vault of the same name already exists in that Scope.
-If not, then create a new Vault in that Scope
-Vault will use server default Password Policy

1.3.2. Import the CSV file of Passwords into that Vault
-If a Password in the CSV file has the same name as an existing Password in that Vault, then that Password will be ignored.
-If a Password in the CSV file does not meet the vault password policy the

Note: A "data" directory containing sample Scopes, Vaults, and Passwords is included with this download.

Note: This import process is not currently supported using Password Server v2.5 - newer.


Questions?

If you have any questions or need some help, we would be happy to assist. Open a case at help.scorpionsoft.com or send an email to support@scorpionsoft.com.

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