Is there a command line function that can tell the local robot is busy?


I was able to find a command line to disconnect the robot from the orchestrator locally, but is there a similar function (or couple lines either in powershell or in VB) that tells me if the local robot is busy (either installing automation or running one)

The below line will disconnect the robot
C:\Program Files (x86)\UiPath\Studio>uirobot.exe --disconnect


Hi @kduvvuri

Could you share a few words around your use-case?

Sorry for the late reply, It got auto resolved cause, the disconnect will happen only when the robot is not busy, so I never needed to know an answer for my question

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