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This guide helps you connect your GitLab installation to the Expel Workbench.

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You must have:

  • A GitLab SaaS installation. Reach out to your engagement manager if you’re using the self-managed version.

  • A user account with owner permissions on the top-level group.

Step 1: Enable console access

  1. Login to GitLab and navigate to a top-level group.

    GitLab_GroupSearch.jpg
  2. Copy the Group ID.

    GitLab_CopyGroupID.jpg
  3. Open your Profile menu and select Preferences.

    GitLab_SelectPrefs.jpg
  4. Select Access Tokens.

    GitLab_SelectAccessTokens.jpg
  5. Generate a Personal Access Token with a 1-year expiry date and a read_api permission level.

    GitLab_CreateAccessToken.jpg

Step 2: Configure the technology in Workbench

  1. In a new browser tab, log into Workbench. The link opens the Add Security Device screen directly.

  2. Fill in the fields like this:

    GitLab_AddSecDev.jpg
    • Add a Name and Location that are meaningful to you.

    • For API token, use the Personal Access Token created in Step 1.5.

    • For On-prem URL, if the server is self-managed, use the GitLab server URL.

    • For Group IDs, type the Group ID copied in Step 1.2.