Is there any usage restriction for Studio when I created a robot of "unattended" type for my machine?


I am using Automation Cloud Community Edition and Studio Pro community edition.

I defined a machine for my PC and created Unattended robot and run the job on the machine (my PC).

When I started the Studio pro on my PC, I found a message on the Studio saying “An unattended robot was detected as a type of runtime. According to license term, only trouble shooting processing is allowed in this license.”


I think that I cannot use some function on the Studio. But, I could create a new project and publish a package to the Orchestrator tenant feed on the studio.

So what kind of restriction is applied to the Studio in this context?

I would appreciate it if anyone could help me understand this license issue and the restriction of Studio mentioned above.

(By the way, I could not do any modification to the workflow on the Studio when I created a robot of “Testing” type on my machine (PC). But, it seems that I can do anything on the Studio in the case of “Unattended” type. This is the point where I am confused.)

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