Are non-public Apps available for all people inside my organization, even those people who does not have access to orchestrator?
Hello @ext-o ,
Its not available for all.
If you have Non Public app and you have deployed to Folder on orchestrator then user must need permission on Folder to run the apps like Process.
Non-public apps in UiPath Apps are designed to be accessible only by users within your organization. These apps are created and managed in UiPath Apps, and they allow you to provide specific functionalities or processes to users without requiring them to have direct access to UiPath Orchestrator.
Here’s how non-public apps work:
Access within Your Organization: Non-public apps are accessible only to users who belong to your organization. These users can interact with the apps without needing direct access to Orchestrator.
Limited to App Users: Users who have access to the non-public app can interact with the app’s user interfaces, workflows, and functionalities. They can submit forms, trigger processes, and view results or reports provided by the app.
UiPath Apps Portal: Users can access non-public apps through the UiPath Apps portal, where they can log in using their organizational credentials.
No Orchestrator Access Required: The users interacting with the app do not need to log in to UiPath Orchestrator or have Orchestrator-related roles. The app abstracts the Orchestrator access, allowing users to perform specific tasks without needing full Orchestrator access.
Customized User Experience: You can design the user interfaces, workflows, and processes within the app to suit the specific needs of the users, making the experience user-friendly and tailored.
Roles and Permissions: UiPath Apps provides role-based permissions, allowing you to control who can create, edit, and access these non-public apps.
Hope it helps!!
Users can access non-public apps through the UiPath Apps portal, where they can log in using their organizational credentials.
So the non-public App usage always requires logging in with organizational credentials…?
Furthermore… are there any concerns considering security in using non-public or public Apps?
Yes, Non Public app require login using users available into orchestrator (can be either AAD or Guest user invited on AAD or IT automation).
However, this user can view the App only if they have access on Orchestrator folder where you have deployed apps. User can’t login if they do not have permission or not deployed.
Public App do not require any login as this use internal App Outh to login and save data and user do not need to enter any login info.
Credentials are not required @ext-o