Can we install studio and robots on separate servers which are located in different domains?

Can we install studio and robots on separate servers which are located in different domains?
We have two domains with one for testing/preproduction development domain and production domain.
The robots will be in the production domain with the orchestrator however the studio will be in the development domain. If there is another architectural design that is a best practice or that you recommend please let us know.

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Hi @kimdav111,
Welcome to the Community.

Yes you can run your bot in a different server. Please follow the steps to do it,

  1. Upload your code as an Package to the Orchestrator.
  2. Make sure to tie your robot with the machine (In this case the different server).
  3. Create a new process with the package and robot.
  4. Run a job with that process.
  5. Make sure to have the required environment that is needed for the bot.


Should be no problem. If you run into issues let us know.