Migration from Classic Folder to Modern Folder

Hey Guys,

What is the most efficient way to migrate all content from Classic Folder to Modern Folder on Orchestrator?

Thanks.
KR,
José

Hi @jose.penetra

Try using orchestrator manager…it would make life easy with moving assets queues and all easily

There is nothing that you can do direct though to migrate

Cheers

Thanks.

It’s the only way available?

my login on uipath orchestrator is provided with my login on windows and it’s on premises version…I’m not able to login usin the orchestrator manager…

Hi @jose.penetra

If you are admin or if you can ask your admin to create a local user with api access then you can use it. That user can be used for orchestrator manager activities.

If that is not an option then you have to use direct api’s to get the values and move to new structure

Cheers

Hi

Can you please tell me where the templates are configured for a specific folder?

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Thanks
KR

Hi @jose.penetra

Here template refers to machine . Please go through this to configure

cheers

Hi,

To run automations jobs on modern folders is only possible with unattended robots?

I’m asking this because on classic folders we don’t have this topic…

Thanks.
KR.

Hi @jose.penetra

Yes unattended license is needed to run the bots from Orchestrator

You can edit users and give unattended license to them

cheers

theres a tool on Orchestrator specific for that

Hi,

What is needed to a job work on a mordern folder?

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On Classic is working perfectly…

Thanks.
KR,

Hi @jose.penetra

Did you assign an unattended license to the robot you created in modern folders and provided username and password?

And alao created a machine associated to it?

And is the machine online?

These are the thingsyou need to make sure

Cheers

Hey GM,

The folder related to Robot is default… it’s possible to change it?

I want to have a robot shared on two folders…classic and modern

Thanks.

Hi @jose.penetra

Those are two different things you cannot have common for both

You can create one for your Modern folder spearately

cheers