Unable to specify domain name through CyberArk authentication for VIM protocol

Idea ID 2697779

Unable to specify domain name through CyberArk authentication for VIM protocol

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-Brief Description

Unable to specify domain name through CyberArk authentication for VIM protocol  to query VCenter

 

-Benefits / Value

-CyberArk does not store user domain information, while authentication to vCenter or any other system, user domain is critical in identifying the user. Therefore, it is critical that the user domain be made available to specify by the UD Administrators; presently the work around is to have vCenter set the default that matches the UD User domain name. Additionally, when referencing the CyberArk Object in UD, UD has a syntax verification that disallows the use of “.” in the Object name; this caused integration problem with the CyberArk, and the present workaround is to have CyberArk manually alter the default Object name to accommodate the limitation.

 

-Design details

-A separate field named User Domain Name is required, and remove the syntax verification of the CyberArk Objection name during the configuration of the CyberArk settings in UD.

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