I'm relatively new to Elastic and can't seem to find information about this with a search...
I understand that anyone creating an API key should secure the api_key value returned at creation. Is there any way for a superuser to retrieve that afterwards (i.e. like you can retrieve primary/secondary keys of an Azure Log Analytics workspace)?
I'm approaching this from the perspective of an API key created to use for Beats agent authentication, or perhaps automation using REST API's. The person that created it leaves the company. It's easy to return every property of the API key via query--except the actual key value.
This appears to be by design, but gotta ask. The documentation for using GET /_security/api_key does not say you can or can't retrieve the actual key value.
Thanks in advance!