Deploy the process to Orchestrator

Hi, I am new to UiPath and just created a very simple flow and would like to deploy to orchestrator. However, i don’t know what to fill in the environment section. Can I deploy as an unattended robot?

I am using Community license and how to activate the Unattended robot license?


You have 2 Attended, 1 Unattended and 2 studio licenses. It’s up to you which one you want to try and based on your process you have to take corresponding licence and proceed further

You also have to create an environment and assign a dev robot to that environment.
Then go to processes, create a process from the package include the environment now. Your process will be (Processname_environmentName) and you will be able to run it from job section.


yes you can buddy
if we want that process to be ran in unattended mode without human intervention then use unattended robot type in the ROBOT TAB

Kindly check with these stuffs that would surely resolve your issue
— first create a machine in orchestrator and that machine name should be same as in your system
To get that name go to start-> search as robot-> settings and get the machine name from there and paste the same while creating machine in orchestrator and copy the machine key after this from orchestrator and paste it in your system robot tray and mention the orchestrator url as well
— the. Make sure that we have a robot created in the orchestra with the same machine name and while entering the detail for username and password go to cmd window and type as whoami which will give use domain and username, enter the same in the orchestrator while creating robot
— create a environment now In the robot tab and tag the robot created in the previous step to this environment
— now back to our system in robot tray we have machine key, and orchestrator url mentioned readily and now we can connect

and ensure that while entering the Orchestrator URL in robot tray…
follow the steps in these thread

kindly try this and let know for any queries or clarification
Cheers @MarineMak

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The missing variable in your equation is no doubt is adding the environment during UiPath robot creation. The contrast in the text isn’t great, so the Environment tab doesn’t stand out quite enough so it’s a step people often miss.

Robots and Environments

Here’s a screenshot of the Robot and Environment tabs, along with the step during the creation of the environment in which you associate the environment with a robot. Notice how when the Environments tab is selected, the Robots tab is easy to miss.


The environment is critical, because when it comes time to create UiPath process, the environment is specified, not the robot.

Running the Process

Make sure the UiPath Assistant indicates the your machine is active, and once the environment is supplied to the process, you should have no problem running your robot!