Assign bot machine to process

the “robo” virtual machine does not appear to assign it to my process

s not appear to assign it to my process


If you are talking about cloud serverless robots then your project should be cross platform

if about the desktop looks like it is not connected


Hi @william_emanoel

In UiPath Orchestrator, you can assign a virtual machine (VM) to a bot by configuring the environment and then associating the environment with the bot. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

  1. Create an Environment:

    • Log in to your UiPath Orchestrator.
    • Go to the “Environments” tab from the left-hand menu.
    • Click on the “Add Environment” button.
    • Enter a name and description for the environment, and optionally, you can add tags to help categorize it.
    • Save the environment.
  2. Assign VM to the Environment:

    • While still on the “Environments” page, click on the environment you just created.
    • In the environment details, click on the “Machines” tab.
    • Click on the “Add Machine” button.
    • Select the VM you want to assign to this environment from the list of available machines.
    • Save the changes.
  3. Assign the Environment to a Bot:

    • Now, navigate to the “Robots” tab from the left-hand menu.
    • Find and click on the robot you want to associate with the VM (ensure the robot is connected and licensed).
    • In the robot details, click on the “Edit” button.
    • In the “Environments” section, select the environment you created and assigned the VM to.
    • Save the changes.
  4. Create a Trigger:

    • Navigate to the “Triggers” tab from the left-hand menu.
    • Click on the “Add” button to create a new trigger.
    • Configure the trigger settings, such as the process it will start, the schedule, and any other parameters as needed.
    • In the “Execution Target” section, choose the robot that you associated with the VM in the previous steps.
    • Save the trigger.

Now, when the trigger conditions are met, the process will start and be executed by the robot associated with the specified VM.

Hope it helps!!

Hello, how are you? I didn’t find anything in my orchestrator called Environments


  1. Environmnets is removed in the modern design…
  2. Did you create a user and given robit role and added that user to folder?
  3. Is a machine template or standard machine created and a unattended licenses is given to it ?


I created a robot but I don’t know how to assign this robot to the machine for it to do the automation because my real problem is in the background automation in a certain part of my automation it downloads a file and then it opens the file explorer and asks where to download it but the automation doesn’t seem to recognize that it opened the file explorer and then it doesn’t work


  1. In unattended how are you asking where to download?
  2. Are you opening file explorer? If so for files there are separate activities that work in background…

Can you please provide more detaila of what ia not working?

And if you want a prompt or so in unattended you cannot