Hi I have a few questions and suggestions regarding how sensitive information is stored in variable templates.
I appreciate how values stored in sensitive/password boxes are not displayed when viewing tenant variables. However there are times when I need to access them and we are using Octopus as the central repository of them. In this case I will generally take a look at the outputted web.config to grab the password. It would be good if I could view this from within the Tenant itself somehow. Perhaps with an additional click to deobfuscate it
Further to this we also have an application that calls the Octopus API, it would be handy if it were also able to access these sensitive variables.
My other question relates to the possibility of using Octopus to generate random passwords for tenants based upon a particular length and complexity rules. Presently when creating a new tenant I use a separate app to do this and paste it into the field. It is further compounded in that we are now considering adding in a new tenant variable template for an additional key. In order to populate it we will have to navigate to each tenant, generate a password and enter it. I appreciate that we could probably script something ourselves to call your API but was wondering if this something that Octopus may be able to provide at some point.