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Unfortunately the only way to do that is to uninstall and re-install the provider. This is because CyberArk's provider requires configuration as part of installing the package.
My Uninstall button is gray out. I can I fix? The docs: Installing the CyberArk Credential Provider - BMC Discovery 11.1 - BMC Documentation
I can't find the prov_appliance folder on discovery. The value failed integration due to lack of license. I need to remove manually.
- Uninstall the CyberArk Credential Provider from the machine on which it is installed.
- From the CyberArk Vault, remove the corresponding Provider user (
Otherwise, your attempts to reinstall on the same appliance will fail. The RPM installation reports no errors. However, when you click the service does not start.
- Click View Logs to and examine the
A log message of the form
Owner Prov_, or
appliancenamealready exists in Safe Safename
appliancenamealready exists in Safe
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'rpm -e CARKaim' will remove the client within CLI in SSH.
This is not a good thing to do. You leave things partially configured in Discovery.
Is scanning enabled? Hovering over the UInintall button should tell you if that is the problem.
As Andrew says, this is not a good thing to do. It will confuse Discovery which believes the Provider is installed and enabled. Its likely that scans etc won't work until you've installed AND configured CyberArk manually from the command line. So, if you try this, you are on your own with the CyberArk configuration.
The situation is that the install wasn't validated by CyberArk. If the install doesn't complete the cycle of validation. The uninstall button is gray out in the UI.
Update: 3/15. I was able to re-install and validate the vault with issues!