For instances with many database connections, users may have the same password for many connections. Some enterprises also have password change policies that require new passwords every 90-180 days. In the case of my company, we have an enterprise password utility that bulk changes passwords for many database accounts on different servers (often, the username is also the same between servers, but in some cases it's different). We have to reset our passwords every 90 days, and since we have this tool, most users set the same password for all their accounts. Every 90 days, I update 46 passwords on three Dataiku instances, pasting the same password down the list one-by-one, which is pretty tedious. Can other users relate to this?
Instead of having users enter passwords one-by-one, it would be convenient to have an interface with checkboxes to select connections, then bulk insert a single password, username, or both into the checked connections. It would also be very convenient to be able to export the credentials as a file that could be imported into other Dataiku instances to allow users to quickly set up connections across each Dataiku instance they use.
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