HI All ,
we are using floating licence model . multiple but will be using one floating licence. as long as there is necessity of running “N” number of bots simultaneously this works . “N” being the total number of licences. say if there are 6 licences up to 6 bots can run simultaneously using the floating licence .
now here is the problem.
we have strictly instructed the business users to disconnect the bot from the orchestrator after the task gets completed (Attended bots ). but if she/he dont do it , then in idle state the bot will be still consuming licence.
in case of un attended no questions !! even after the task completion the bot will be consuming .
so if there is a mechanism using which the bot can disconnect itself after completing the task then it will be a great advantage for business.
Hello @karges if you have any mechanism that will stop the UiPath Robot service i.e UiRobotSVC… then just call it after the process completion.
once the service is stopped UiPath license will automatically be released.
you need admin access to stop the service though…
From the above discussion, I believe that all the above mentioned suggestions are to be done manually. Is there any automated process through which UiPath robot will disconnect automatically? i.e. no manual process. I want that when my service is executed completely, UiPath robot should itself disconnect, so that license consumption is stopped.
could you please explain how to do it? I don’t see robot tray icon on my desktop, I’m trying to disconnect Orchestrator from Studio, because I’m having and error trying to run my workflow (image attached)
Hi All, did you happen to come up with a solution for the same? I’m facing a similar challenge where I need to ensure that the robot releases the license (even if the business users forget to disconnect) once the job is executed and it is in idle state
We are also faced with similar situation wherein we need to release the license once the job execution is over & be able to assign the license to a bot running on a different machine without manual intervention. Any help on this will be greatly appreciated.