Delinea Secret Server Integration Guide

Amir Avitzur
Amir Avitzur
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Delinea Secret Server Integration Guide

Secret Server can be integrated with Authomize so that Authomize will be able to analyze identity and access information to secrets held on the Secret Server. Information such as users, groups, roles and secrets are extracted once (when integrated) and updated regularly thereafter.

Secret Server integration workflow


Integrating Secret Server with Authomize

  1. Log into Authomize
  2. Go to Settings/Data Sources.
  3. click Add New App.
  4. Select Secret Server.
  5. In the Integrate Secret Server dialog:
    1. In the Insert Integration details fields enter:
      the username (as used in Delinea)
      Note: The
      username must be an admin on Delinea’s Secret Server and the user’s email must
                  be the same as used when logging into Secret Server.
      ② the password (as used in Delinea).
      the Integration Domain  (the domain name can be found in the screenshot below).
    2. In Fetch the following secrets, enter access_key, username,token followed by a comma and the secrets you wish to track (do not add a space after the commas).
      Note: The username must be an admin on Delinea’s Secret Server.
    3. Supply an Integration name.
    4. In the Pick Owner field, enter the integration owner’s email.

Click Create.

5. Wait for the integration to finish.

6. When Secret Server is integrated you will see that it has become part of the Connected Apps list.


The Ramzor.png button, on the top right of the Secret Server integration, enables you to fetch the latest data, edit the integration settings, and delete the integration.

What data is collected:


  • Created
  • Display name
  • Email Address
  • Enabled
  • Is Locked Out
  • Last Login
  • Two Factor Authentication


  • Role name


  • Group name
  • Members of the role


  • Active (yes/no)
  • ID of secret
  • Name
  • Description
  • Create Date
  • Creation date
  • Last accessed
  • Secret Value
  • Access Key (for AWS secrets)
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