Deploy App to business

Hi Team : How do you share Production URL of created App to business stakeholders?

I have taken reference posts to publish UiPath App and create group, role for stakeholders to access further.

When they are accessing URL then it always ask to authenticate first and refreshed URL to get App view.

Is it standard as best practices or am i missing something here?



Do your team has proper run or edit access of apps. Please assign user or role and then share the production URL and this should work.

you can share URL from SETTING → PRODUCTION URL.


@Arvind_Kumar1 : Yes they have edit run access with proper role.
When trying to navigate App URL. They are getting Orchestrator login window to authenticate.

Is it normal for others?

@Sonalk ,

its normal, if you have not logged in into browser for particular instnace then it ask for login.


Hi @Sonalk

There are a few ways you can share the production URL of a UiPath app with business stakeholders. One option is to provide the URL directly to stakeholders and have them bookmark it for easy access. Alternatively, you can create a shortcut to the URL and share the shortcut with stakeholders.

If you want to allow stakeholders to access the app without having to authenticate each time, you can configure the app to use single sign-on (SSO). SSO allows users to log in to the app using their existing credentials, such as their corporate login. This can simplify the login process and make it easier for stakeholders to access the app.

To set up SSO for a UiPath app, you will need to configure the app to use an identity provider (IDP) that supports SSO. There are several IDPs available, such as Azure AD, Okta, and OneLogin. Once you have set up SSO, stakeholders will be able to access the app without having to authenticate each time.

It is also a good idea to create roles and permissions for stakeholders to ensure that they have the appropriate access to the app. This can help ensure that stakeholders have the necessary privileges to perform their tasks, while also limiting their access to sensitive or restricted data.

In general, it is best practice to secure access to production apps to prevent unauthorized access and protect sensitive data. Depending on the specific requirements of your organization, you may need to implement additional security measures such as multi-factor authentication or network segmentation.


@Kaviyarasu_N ,

How can we enable SSO on UiPath Apps. Do you have any idea? Have u ever done this?

I mean enable user to login AAD/SSO etc.


Hi @Arvind_Kumar1

Yes, it is possible to enable Single Sign-On (SSO) on UiPath Apps using Azure Active Directory (AAD). Here are the steps you can follow to do this:

  1. In Azure Active Directory, create a new application and configure it as a SAML 2.0 service provider.
  2. In UiPath Apps, go to the “Security” tab and select “SAML” from the list of available authentication methods.
  3. On the SAML configuration page, enter the metadata URL or XML provided by Azure Active Directory. This will configure UiPath Apps to use the SAML 2.0 protocol for authentication.
  4. Configure the login URL, logout URL, and other relevant settings as needed.
  5. Test the SSO configuration by attempting to login to UiPath Apps using a user account that is managed by Azure Active Directory.


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