Jira CLI post function action

According to this documentation: https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/display/JCLIP/CLI+Post+Function+and+CLI+Validator

We need to put in the admin username/password each time we want to run cli action as a post function within a workflow. Is there any way around this? I'd rather not have an administrator's password pasted in plain text and so easily accessible.

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