Common Scripts Pack.#This Script is part of the
Generates a password and allows various parameters to customize the properties of the password depending on the use case. For example, "password complexity requirements". The default behavior is to generate a password of random length including all four character classes, upper, lower, digits, and symbols, with at least five and at most ten characters per class.
min_* values all default to 0.
This means that if the command is executed in this way:
It is possible that a password of length zero could be generated. It is therefore recommended to always include a
min_* parameter that matches.
The debug parameter will print certain properties of the command into the War Room for easy diagnostics.
|min_lcase||The minimum number of lower case characters to include in password.|
|max_lcase||The maximum number of lower case characters to include in password.|
|min_ucase||The minimum number of upper case characters to include in password.|
|max_ucase||The maximum number of upper case characters to include in password.|
|min_digits||The minimum number of digits to include in password.|
|max_digits||The maximum number of digits to include in password.|
|min_symbols||The minimum number of symbols to include in password.|
|max_symbols||The maximum number of symbols to include in password.|
|debug||Sees various values as they pass through the function if enabled.|
Note: At least one of the following arguments should be above 0: min_uppercase, min_lowercase, min_digits, min_symbols
|NEW_PASSWORD||The new password generated for the user.||Unknown|