I have installed uipath studio community edition in my local computer and also in an EC2 machine in AWS. I used a different email address to connect both installations so that I have 1 community edition license for each.
Question : Can I use those 2 community edition licenses in order to get 2 robots from those 2 machines (my local and aws vm) on the same orchestrator tenant ?
For now the result I managed to get on the same orchestrator tenant is :
connected and licensed for the robot on my local machine
but only connected and unlicensed for the robot on the aws machine
So again is this result because I did something wrong in the configuration or is it because we can’t take advantage of 2 community edition licenses on the same tenant in orchestrator ?
The uipath assistance of my local pc is showing now : Connected and licensed
Now I have 2 connected and licensed system on 2 different machines but I am not sure If I really have the 2 unattended robot I want, why do I need to enable attended robot to each user to get the license working when I only need unattended robots ? I thought the attended robot option was just optional but if I dont enable it, the license dont work
I tried to run a process from orchestrator with this configuration, the process runs successfully but nothing happen in uipath … as if my program was totally empty but I do have an input dialog activity + a message box and that’s the sequence I published to orchestrator, how come the process runs successfully in orchestrator but the automation does not run on my computer ?
My unattended robot must not be configured properly isnt it ? Looks like I managed to connect attended robots but not unattend robots because if I disable the attended robot option in my users my uipath assistance goes unlicensed immediately