You can configure shared keys by assigning the key value to a specific key domain. The key domain is used for storing the same type of grouped key values together.
When you configure shared keys in a key domain, only the privileged users can access those keys by checking out the keys. These users can checkout the shared key along with the fields that are configured with the shared key. There is no time limit for using the shared key.
You can use the policy template to create rules for the checkout of SSH, Windows, and VMWare keys. For more information about policy templates, refer Section 5.0, Policy Templates. You cannot use the emergency access feature to request or grant access for using a shared key. To grant access to shared key for privileged users, you must create a rule for those users.
To configure the shared keys perform the following: