I believe you'll have to create the two properties (remembering to make the password field encrypted, of course!) and then write/run an NSH script to set the properties.
If you want a solution with Property Dictionary and GUI only:
You may create a custom class. Add the patrol specific properties to it.
Create instances for Customer/OS types and set the default values per instance for the defined properties.
Add this custom class to a built in Server class.
While adding Server map the instance for the Customer/ OS type for custom class and the corresponding properties from the custom class mapped to properties that you need to have defined with default values.
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Malay - do you want this to happen based on the customer or the OS or some other data? there is not an 'automatic' way to have a value set based on the value of one of the intrinsic property values (eg OS), but as kedar mentions you can crease the customer PSC and create a number of PSIs to model the values you want and then you would only need to set a single property value on the server to pickup the other property values.
how are you importing your servers? manually or with a script ?
I would like to have it per customer based.
Let me try what kedar has suggested me.
Did it work for you?
I managed to do something in my test environments, since this was getting very complicated, we decided to keep a single dfault value for all the customers.