Create a credential store type for Password Reset

You can create a custom credential store type if the base-system types do not meet your needs.

Before you begin

Role required: password_reset_admin or password_reset_credential_manager

Procedure

  1. Navigate to Password Reset > Extensions > Credential Store Types.
  2. Click New, enter a unique and meaningful Name and Description, and then fill in the form.
    Note: You may need to configure the form to see the Get user lock state workflow and the Unlock user workflow.
    Table 1. New credential store fields
    Field Description
    Password Reset workflow Subflow that defines the credential store processing. Password Reset workflows are available to use as a model. Provide scripts for each of the activities defined for the subflow. For more information about how to create a workflow, see Create a workflow. For installed workflows, see Installed with Password Reset.
    Connection test workflow Subflow that defines how to test the connection. Connection test workflows are available to use as a model. If you create a connection test subflow, provide scripts for each of the activities defined for the subflow. For installed workflows, see Installed with Password Reset.
    Get user lock state workflow Subflow that defines how to get the user lock state. Get user lock state workflows are available to use as a model. Provide scripts for each of the activities defined for the subflow. For more on how to create a workflow, see Create a workflow. For installed workflows, see Installed with Password Reset.
    Unlock user workflow Subflow that defines how to unlock a user. Unlock user workflows are available to use as a model. If you create a connection test subflow, provide scripts for each of the activities defined for the subflow. For installed workflows, see Installed with Password Reset.
  3. Click Submit.