|Verify that the Vulnerability Response application is installed and activated.
To verify that this application is activated, navigate to
in your instance. The list displays the
subscriptions your organization has purchased.
If the application is not installed and activated see, Install and configure Vulnerability Response.
|Verify that you have the required ServiceNow
roles for your instance.
||The following roles are required for installation, configuration,
and verification of expected results:
- If not already assigned, the System Administrator [admin]
installs the app and assigns the Vulnerability Admin
- The Vulnerability Admin [sn_vul.admin] oversees
configuration and verifies expected results.
The Rapid7 admin role is inherited when you are assigned an
administrative role in the Vulnerability Response (VR) application.
|Prepare for Rapid7 Vulnerability Integration installation.
||Read Preparing for the Rapid7 Vulnerability Integration.
|For the Rapid7 Nexpose data warehouse integration type, ensure that you have a MID
Server with access to the Rapid7 Nexpose data warehouse.
||Note the data warehouse name. The Rapid7 data warehouse integration type only supports standalone MID
Servers. Clustered MID Servers are not supported.
|For the Rapid7 Nexpose data warehouse integration type, download the latest PostgresSQL
||Go to https://jdbc.postgresql.org/download.html and download the latest driver.
|For the Rapid7 Nexpose data warehouse integration type, have your Rapid7 Nexpose data warehouse server URL and authentication credentials
||The credentials must provide adequate permissions for retrieving
knowledge, scan, and detection information for a Rapid7 Nexpose subscription.
8.0 For the Rapid7 InsightVM integration type, have your server URL and Rapid7 InsightVM API key ready.
Version 9.0: For the Rapid7 InsightVM integration type, have your region and API key
8.0 Contact Rapid7 to obtain the appropriate URL and API key.
Version 9.0: Contact Rapid7 to obtain the appropriate region and API