One unattended Robot on multiple machines

Hi everyone,

What if I have one process split up on multiple machines. Do I need one robot license for every machine even though I’m just running one process at time?

As far as I understand it an unattended robot in a modern folder Orchestrator setup is not bound by machines anymore.

So my question is can I assign multiple machine templates to a robot and let it run on these machines one by one? (not simultaneously) with 1 robot license?
To be more precise: One robot, one process on more than one server in different locations (differnet physical entities with one robot account each). One account on each server.

Floating robots are not an option since I need to run an unattended process.

The documentation for the licensing is a bit vague too.
So maybe someone has more insight in this regard.

Thank you in advance :slight_smile:

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