Retrieve Privileged Credentials From PAM360 Vault

The password fetching mechanism of PAM360's bot will ensure that the password is fetched securely from PAM360's vault and used for automation jobs.

Top Benefits

  • Quick and seamless integration with PAM360 Vault
  • The PAM360 bot automatically fetches passwords using resource and account details from PAM360's vault.
  • Easy to use and integrate in new or existing tasks without any technical supervision.
  • Resource and Account detail variables can directly obtained from PAM360 vault and fed directly to the bot.

Tasks

  • The PAM360 bot automatically fetches passwords using resource and account details from PAM360's vault.
  • The retrieved credential can then be used for any automation jobs.

Automation Anywhere requires retrieving and using passwords for various tasks, such as connecting to a machine/application/database during the automation process. PAM360 integrates with Automation Anywhere through bots that can fetch passwords from the PAM360 vault, to be used in their tasks.

PAM360's Taskbots can fetch the password from PAM360 vault in two ways: Through resource & account name and through resource & account ID. The Taskbots can take input values from the user manually and also read the data from a text file. The input value includes a unique App Token, generated from PAM360's web interface. Once the required input details are provided, run the Taskbot in the Automation Anywhere portal; the password of the requested resource and account will be fetched and displayed in Automation Anywhere.

Get Bot

Free

Bot Security Program
Level 1
Applications
Business Process
Category
Vendor
Automation Type
Bot
Last Updated
March 4, 2020
First Published
February 24, 2020
Enterprise Version
11.3
ReadMe
ReadMe
Support

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PAM360 Task to retrieve privileged credential
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Task input variables

Setup Process

Install

Download the Bot and follow the instructions to install it in your AAE Control Room.

Configure

Open the Bot to configure your username and other settings the Bot will need (see the Installation Guide or ReadMe for details.)

Run

That's it - now the Bot is ready to get going!

Requirements and Inputs

  • Functional AA 11.3 setup or higher
  • PAM360 4100 or higher versions
  • Input: ServerName, Port, AppToken, ResourceName, AccountName, Reason, TicketID