User Secrets Reference
Manually editing user secrets
We recommend using the automated helper script described in the Server Setup Guide. However, you can manually edit or troubleshoot your user secrets using the instructions below. If you are manually editing using secrets, make sure to remember to copy your changes across to all projects if required.
Editing user secrets - Visual Studio on Windows
Right-click on the project in the Solution Explorer and click Manage User Secrets.
Editing user secrets - Visual Studio on macOS
Open a terminal and navigate to the project directory.
Add a user secret by running:
dotnet user-secrets set "<key>" "<value>"
View currently set secrets by running:
dotnet user-secrets list
By default, user secret files are located in:
You can edit this file directly, which is much easier than using the command line tool.
Editing user secrets - Rider
- Navigate to Preferences -> Plugins and Install .NET Core User Secrets
- Right click on the a project and click Tools > Open project user secrets