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CyberArk Vault Integration

Many of our privileged account credentials are stored and retrieved from CyberArk.  I would love to see integration with the Royal products!


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Hi Madan,


you can assign dynamic credentials the same way to static connections/folder as with normal credentials. I suggest you use the "Assign credential by name" mode to ensure changing IDs are not an issue. Just enter the name of the dynamic credential in your connection/folder and you're good to go.


Regards,

Stefan

Hi Stefan !

Would it be possible to provide an example of a script to fetch Dyanmic Credentials and then use this credential to connect to other machines defined in a static folder heirarchy ?


For Example - 

Define a Dynamic Credential - "AD Creds" that are fetched from a password vault solution like Thycotic Secret Server or CyberArk, and then use this credential when connecting to multiple machines that are already defined ?


Thanks !

-Madan

Hi Filip,


out of the box it's not possible in Royal TS but you could do this with a Connect task (show a prompt for a reason) and push the information to the CyberArk using their API (assuming that the API supports that).


Regards,
Stefan

is it possible to update reason why someone is connecting to some server?

I'm happy to report that Royal TS 5.0 has been released and includes dynamic folders:

https://www.royalapplications.com/go/kb-all-royaljson


This allows you to integrate 3rd party tools like this. We also have a couple of samples on our github repo which shows how this works:

https://github.com/royalapplications/toolbox


For more information about the major new features of Royal TS 5.0, please head over to our https://www.royalapplications.com/ts/win/features-upgrade


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Yeah, this is happening more and more and it would be nice to continue to leverage this product.

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