Storing Assets in Azure Key Vault (read-only) - Standalone 2023.4
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Last updated Dec 6, 2023

Storing Assets in Azure Key Vault (read-only)

When storing an asset of type credential in an Azure Key Vault (read-only) credential store, you must create the secret in the Secrets section of the vault as follows:

  • the name of the secret must be the External Name configured for that value if using values per robot or the asset name otherwise. Note that Azure Key Vault secret names must be a 1-127 character string, starting with a letter and containing only 0-9, a-z, A-Z, and -. For more details, see the Azure Key Vault documentation
  • the secret value must be a .json string with the format {"Username": "user", "Password": "pass"}.
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