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CyberArk AAM


This entry is used to define and configure a CyberArk AAM credential entry. Retrieve credentials from CyberArk AAM server and improve credentials security.

A Remote Desktop Manager Site License is necessary to use the CyberArk AAM entry.

As per this initial implementation, you must create a credential entry FOR EACH credential that you want to access from Remote Desktop Manager. A second phase is planned where the REST API will be used rather then AAM.


All the needed information's to create a CyberArk credential entry in Remote Desktop Manager is provided below. To retrieve the information easily, match the numbers from the credential entry picture below in Remote Desktop Manager with the same numbers from the CyberArk portal.

The images from the CyberArk portal are below as well.

CyberArk AIM Credential Entry

CyberArk AIM Credential Entry

Privileged Account Security Portal

Privileged Account Security Portal

CyberArk Applications Tab

CyberArk Applications Tab

CyberArk Accounts Tab

CyberArk Accounts Tab



Web services URL

Enter the Privileged Account Security URL.

Use "My Account Settings"

Use the username stored in File – My Account Settings – CyberArk AAM.


Enter the username to connect on Cyberark.

Application server URL

Enter the URL to the CyberArk AAM web server.

Example: https://<host.domain>/AAMWebService/v1.1/AAM.asmx

Application ID

Enter the name of the name of the application ID for the CyberArk Central Credential Provider web services. This information will be provided by your CyberArk administrator.

Show / Hide Application ID

Click to view the Application ID.

Click to hide the Application ID.

Safe name

Enter the name of the safe where the entries are created.


Enter the folder name where the entries have been created. Provided by your CyberArk administrator. The default value is "root"


Enter the object name of the entry.