We integrate the CyberArk components with the UiPath Orchestrator tool to manage all the passwords for our bots. We put all our automations on a VM, which runs the script. That's what we call a "bot," but we need service accounts to manage all these. We have customers with hundreds or thousands of bots, and it's challenging for us to manage the credentials for those service accounts. We use CyberArk to rotate the passwords 30 to 60 days, depending on the customer requirement.
CyberArk gives us that functionality. We have a credential vault where all the passwords are stored, and we can rotate them by connecting UiPath to CyberArk. We store the credentials for those bots in the vault, and CyberArk rotates the password, communicates with the orchestrator, and gives back the username and password. UiPath Orchestrator is the central control tower, if you will. It accesses those VMs using those passwords and runs the automation.