Did you look at every attribute in UiExplorer for the element? There might be one that says “checked” or “unchecked” somewhere in the text. Feel free to post a screenshot of all the attributes.
If not, I guess you will need to take a different approach.
There are various ways to approach this differently. One way might be to use Data Scraping, so you can capture the text of all the links. Then, for each link, use Get Attribute for the tableRow, and use the tableRow variable in the selector of the checkbox, which then you would need to use another Get Attribute to get the “value” or “checked” attribute (check the html of the checkbox for the attribute by using “Inspect Element” in your browser). Check that attribute to make sure it is checked, then simply click on the link using the text from your datatable in the selector.
As an alternative to using the tableRow, you can try using the Anchor Base for this as well, where you use Get Attribute to the left of each link.
Instead of using DataScraping, you can also use Find Children, but you should filter the children to the ‘A’ tag, then again use Anchor Base (or the tableRow method) to Get Attribute of the checkbox and verify if it is checked or not.
There also has to be a way where you can Find Children of the checkbox and filter it by the checked attribute. This would solve any slowness in looping through every row item.
Hopefully, I didn’t confuse you. If you choose to explore Find Children, I would suggest searching the forums for examples.