okay so somehting i’ve been wondering about for a few hours now.
We have two servers, lets call them 1 and 2, used for running automations. We have two accounts, lets call them A and B, so orchestrator can run any account on any server at the same time so we can run multiple automations.
If i log into server 1 and 2 with account A and start assistant on both of them, only one is getting licensed.
If i log into server 1 and 2 with two different accounts, one using A and the other B, both get licensed
If orchestrator run an unattended automation, one one each server but using the same account it’s fine??? How and why???
I even tried to mannually start two automations from orchestrator with a few seconds in between and again it did run on two different servers but still with the same account.
I really need to understand the logic behind this, why can Orchestrator run automations at the same time with the same account, but we cant login to the exact same servers with the exact same account and do the same thing when testing for development.
It seems insane to me that i have to upkeep two account for the sake of some abitrary license jargon while in the real world when it comes down to it the system that runs the automations unattended really don’t care. In my point of view the robot when one server and account is in use it should use the other account and server, but here it’s only using the other server, same account. @loginerror you always good at finding answers to my crazy posts, hope you can help once again