In many organizations, credentials in PowerShell scripts are stored as plaintext. This practice weakens security and expands the attack surface area. In addition, when rotating credentials, SysAdmins must manually locate and change passwords in scripts, which is a complex and time-consuming task.
Fortunately, there is a proven and straightforward way for organizations to solve this common problem: integrate Devolutions Server and Devolutions Password Hub with PowerShell Secret Management modules and enhanced command-line capabilities.
In our new use case (which includes how-to steps), you will discover how this approach enables your organization to:
Increase Security: Eliminate the risk of storing credentials as plaintext by integrating them into existing secured PowerShell scripts and processes.
Improve Efficiency: Passwords that are rotated in Devolutions Server are automatically updated the next time the script runs. SysAdmins no longer have to track down passwords and manually update scripts!
Enforce Compliance: Monitor access to credentials for compliance and auditing purposes.
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