Juniper Devices

XTAM provides Privileged Account and Session Management for your Juniper device including Password Rotation.


This article covers how to create an XTAM record to manage your SSH enabled Juniper network device, including secure, password-less remote connections with recording and automated password reset and rotation.




Do you also have Cisco or Palo Alto Network devices that you need to manage?

Manage Juniper device

Creating an XTAM record to Manage your Juniper device:

  1. Login to XTAM as a System Administrator.
  2. Navigate to Administration > Records Types.
  3. Locate the Juniper record type in the list and click the Edit button to its right.
  4. On the Juniper type edit page, locate the Hidden parameter and disable/remove the checked option. Click the Save button.
  5. Navigate to Records > All Records.
  6. From the Add Record dropdown menu, select Juniper.
  7. Enter a Name (required) and a Description (optional)
  8. Populate your Juniper network device values into the Host, Port, User and Password fields.
  9. Click Save and Return to continue.

Your Juniper network device is now under management in XTAM. You may use the Connect button to test connectivity and if you wish to implement a Password Reset policy, continue to the next section of this article.

Password for Juniper network device

Creating a policy to reset or rotate the Password for your Juniper network device:

  1. Open your Juniper record in XTAM with a System Administrator or an account that has the Manage permission for Task Control.
  2. Within this record, open the Manage menu and select the Tasks option.
  3. By default, both the Check Status and Password Reset scripts will applied.
  4. Next to the Password Reset script, click the Actions menu and select Edit Policy.
  5. Choose your required Policy by selecting from the list of available events.
  6. Click the Save button when finished.

If you are managing several different Juniper devices and wish to apply the same policy for all records, perform the same steps above to the Juniper Record Type rather than each individual record.


Your password reset policy is now applied to the XTAM record managing your Juniper device.