Using Secret Fields in Scripts

Secret Server supports using PowerShell, SSH, and SQL scripts as dependencies on a secret. These scripts can use information on the secret through the field name prepended with a $. For example, $DOMAIN, $PASSWORD, or $USERNAME. Linked secrets are accessible by $[1]$FIELDNAME for the first linked secret, $[2]$FIELDNAME for the second, and so on.

There are two contexts in which script dependencies run:

For a complete list of tokens that are available to script dependencies, see Dependency Token List.