How to make my Process as "Read Only"?

I want to make my Process as “Read-Only”, similar to the Uipath Snippets.
How to change the mode of my process, to avoid any code changes when I have given my XAML project to my colleagues to run it, who belongs to non-uipath team.

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@Forum_Staff… Any possible ways to make this happen?
Thanks in Advance.

Hi @ManiPrajwal_K

One way to achieve that would be to set the entire project folder as “Read-Only” via the Windows folder property. If you then open it in Studio, you will open as Read-Only as well.

Naturally, that’s a bit of ‘hacky’ way. Better approach would be to Publish the process as a nuget package (publish locally), and then share that package with your colleagues. They could then either put it in the folder with the packages and run it from the UiPath Assistant or run it from a command line:

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Thank you very much for your quick assistance… I will work on this…

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