BOT doesn't submit data in a web browser application when did schedule run from Orchestrator

@KarthikByggari @Palaniyappan @radu_bucur

I have this scenario. We deployed a use case in PROD. It involves updating invoices in a web application and at the end BOT clicks save and then submit for each invoice.
BOT runs fine in QA when ran, and also in PROD when we run it from VM or trigger it from orchestrator and view it.

It fails ONLY during schedule runs from Orchestrator. Browser extension is enabled, simulate click property for click activities is checked, used click images instead of click submit and save. It don’t even get data typed, it gives blank columns.

Can anyone tell any possible issue why its happening.

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