Thank you! @loginerror
@loginerror Sorry for the trouble but can I please request your feedback and advice on how we’re planning on conducting our little pilot/trial? I’m planning on using the community edition of Studio to build a simple automation for a department. We are then planning on installing a licensed attended robot locally on one of the PCs for this department. This department will basically have a staff member manually run the attended robot everyday. For the time being, any simple code changes will be done by myself using community edition Studio until the pilot is completed and we purchase an enterprise license of Studio for myself. Can you see any potential issues with this plan? Or will I need to purchase more licenses for Uipath products in order for this department to run this robot? Will this department need Studio in order to run this robot? (I didn’t think they would since they won’t be doing the build of the robot or maintaining the code?). Appreciate some clarification on this!
Let’s first clarify when you can use the Community Edition for testing. If you are a small company under 250 users or machines and under 5mln in yearly revenue, you can use the Community Edition not only for testing, but also for production.
Now, if you are a bigger company, then the right way to test our product would be to use the 60 day Enterprise trial option instead. If you want, you can also request the 60 day trial of our cloud.uipath.com Enterprise account to have a look at our Orchestrator and other services without having to install your own Orchestrator.
Lastly, I would suggest contacting our sales department via this form to discuss the best way to trial our software. Our team will guide your experience depending on your requirements
I facing some issue while login to my uipath account. Kindly note that this account was created before SSO enablement by UiPath. While i am trying to reset password for my existing account, i am getting the below attached message, but email was not received to reset the password. Kindly help me on this.
Is it possible that you have used the Google Social Sign In option while on the UiPath Sign In screen?
I would definitely give it a try here.
Hi @loginerror ,
I used the option “Continue with Email” while creating the account as the screenshot.
I tried what happen if i again sign up with the same email id, and its saying same Basic Authentication error as in the screenshot.
Please try to Sign In using
Continue with Google option. It should match your account based on the email and let you in
It’s worked. Awesome. Great help @loginerror
Worked fine, thank you
as soon as i have done sign in to get started but i can’t next step with this error message.
The Internet Explorer browser is no longer support by cloud.uipath.com. This is why you are getting this error.
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