unforunately my Windows (or IT-Infrastructure) knowledge is fairly limited so I hope you’ll understand what I mean.
I have the following situation:
We’re running an attended Bot on a VM. We connect to that VM via RDP. We usually connect, start the bot, leave RDP open, wait until it’s done, disconnect.
We have to stay connected, because once you disconnect, the bot stops.
We know from others that they have set their VM up in a way, that the session (is that even the right word?) stays alive forever, so the Bot can do it’s job even without anyone monitoring it.
I know that it works, I just don’t know how.
What I need is basically this:
How can I set up a Windows VM (Server and/or Win 10) so that when a User disconnects the RDP Session, everythink that’s running on the VM (Webserver, UiPath Bot, files being copied) continues without a problem. Ideally the user should have the possibilty to connect again without anything stopping.
Is this even possible without third party software?