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The identities.conf file stores credentials used to connect to databases in the standard Splunk credential store in obfuscated hash text.

# @copyright@
# The file contains the specification for database identities (username/password)


username = <string>
# required
# the username for this database connection identity

password = <string>
# required
# The encrypted value of the password for this database connection identity.

domain_name = <string>
# optional
# Specifies the windows domain name which the username belongs to

use_win_auth =  [true|false]
# optional
# Specifies whether the Windows Authentication Domain is used


username = admin
password = UdxsEmbJvU/lcINqMVGAQgBKT4DLIx/2c9Ka+3oUOVy=
use_win_auth = false
Last modified on 15 June, 2023

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® DB Connect: 3.11.0, 3.11.1

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