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External key vault integration CyberArk

  • Updated: 2021/09/07
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • Manage
    • RPA Workspace

External key vault integration CyberArk


The following is required information for CyberArk Integration configuration:

Central Credential Provider API URL
The CyberArk CCP URL endpoint on the CyberArk server.
CyberArk Application ID
The CyberArk issued Application ID.
Certificate used to authenticate to CyberArk
Control Room Client Certificate trusted by CyberArk AAM server. The certificate issued for this purpose will generally be requested from the administrative team within the organization that manages the internal Certificate Authority (CA) for the RPA environment. This certificate will be distributed in a passphrase protected file, and you will need to enter the passphrase to authenticate.
Optional Certificate
You can optionally load the CyberArk AIM Server certificate to the Control Room trust store here to make sure that the Control Room will trust the CyberArk server.
Credential Identifiers to be used during installation
  • Safe and Object Name
  • Database credentials
  • Service Account Credential

Ensure that you are logged in to the Control Room as the administrator.


  1. Create credential
    When External Key Vault is selected for Create Credential, the locker owner, or anyone with the necessary permissions to create a credential locker, will have the ability to specify an Object Name for the credential.
  2. Create locker
    When External Key Vault is selected for Create Locker, the only task the administrator will perform is "map" the locker name to the "prefix" for other key vault types.
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