UiPath Community Edition usage


Similar topics were opened, but I couldn’t find the exact answer to my question, so sorry in advance if I repost.
So my question is: If I work for a large company which falls under Enterprise licensing plan, am I allowed to use UiPath Community Edition to automate my own, individual work? Meaning that I would only use it for myself, to ease my workload and free me some work time… no mass application for whatever robot I’m creating, no duplication of robots outside my own machine.

Thank you for your answer.

Hi @ ,

First read this :

I think you can find your answer here:


Account means either the Community Account or the Enterprise Account (as described below).

Account Removal Policy means the account removal policy located at (or successor website): https://www.uipath.com/legal/account-removal-policy.

Add-Ons means integrations, code, patches, materials, data, know-how, workflows or similar, created, made available or hosted by UiPath.

Affiliate means any entity that directly or indirectly Controls, is Controlled by, or is under common Control with UiPath or Customer, where Control means control of greater than 50 % of the voting rights or equity interests of UiPath or Customer.

Agreement means this UiPath Cloud Platform Public Preview Agreement and any other terms and conditions, annexes, schedules or appendices herein and any applicable addendum or variation thereof.

Authorized User means any person or entity which is allowed by Customer to access, use, or operate the UiPath Platform in accordance with this Agreement.

Customer means (i) an individual, (ii) a “ Small-to-Medium Business ” or “ SMB ” meaning an organization, that, together with its Affiliates, collectively have (a) less than 250 machines (physical or virtual) or users and (b) less than, or the equivalent of, USD 5 (five) million in annual revenues, or (iii) “ Large Business ” or “ LB ” meaning an organization that, together with its Affiliates, collectively exceed the limitations set herein for an SMB.

Claim means any claim, judgment, award, cost, expense, damage and liability (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) filed against a Party.

Confidential Information or CI (a) means information disclosed by a Party (“ Discloser ”) to the other Party (“ Recipient ”) in connection with the Agreement, whether before or after the date of this Agreement, whether disclosed directly or indirectly, orally, in documentary form, by demonstration or otherwise, that is marked confidential or would reasonably be considered confidential under the circumstances, including information relating to Discloser’s past, present and future research, development, business activities, products, software, services, technical knowledge (including but not limited to the UiPath Platform, Customer Data, data, technology, trade secrets, designs, techniques, strategies, discoveries, business plans, practice methodologies and technologies, personnel information, computer readable media, reports, processes, financial information and projections, customer and supplier lists, marketing plans and strategies, services improvements, projects, proposals, tools, etc.); and (b) excludes any information that (i) is or becomes public, through no fault of Recipient; (ii) was rightfully acquired by or already known to Recipient without an existing confidentiality obligation; or (iii) is independently developed by Recipient without the use of Discloser’s CI.

Customer Data means any information, instruction, software, technology and/or any other type of content that is imported by or on behalf of Customer into the UiPath Platform, including any processes automated by using the UiPath Platform and including any data pertaining to any Authorized User.

Documentation means the guides for the UiPath Platform available at (or successor website): https://www.uipath.com/developers/guides-and-resources.

DPA means the data processing agreement available here (or successor website): https://www.uipath.com/hubfs/legalspot/Data_Processing_Agreement_Community.pdf.

Improvements means versions, updates, corrections, developments, modifications, enhancements, variations, derivative works, scripts, customizations, adaptations or extensions of any of the UiPath Platform components, or any software referenced herein, created or acquired by UiPath.

Intellectual Property Rights means patents, right to patent, rights to inventions, copyright and related rights, trademarks, trade names and domain names, rights in computer software and in databases, know-how, look and feel, and any other intellectual property rights or rights of a similar nature, in each case whether registered or unregistered, and including all applications and rights to apply for and be granted renewals or extensions of such rights, as well as the rights to claim priority therefrom, and all similar or equivalent rights or forms of protection which subsist or will subsist now or in the future in any part of the world.

Licensing Models means the description of the UiPath Platform and related use restrictions as available at (or successor website): https://www.uipath.com/licensing-models.

Party means either the Customer or UiPath, together referred to as “ Parties ”.

Personal Data means any information related to an identified or identifiable natural person, including any sensitive data, as these are defined by Personal Data Legislation.

Personal Data Legislation means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“ GDPR ”) and other applicable privacy laws.

Plan Period means, as of the date the Customer creates its Account, (i) a 12 (twelve) month period, for Community Accounts, and (ii) a period agreed with UiPath, for Enterprise Accounts, unless and until terminated by either Party according to this Agreement.

Public Preview means the period of time during which UiPath makes available the UiPath Platform under this Agreement with limited usability and functionality. Public Preview may be subject to reduced commitments compared to what may be provided for general availability software and will extend until otherwise provided by UiPath under a separate agreement.

UiPath Cloud Platform means the suite of software components (together or individually) created, made available or published by UiPath, in a cloud-hosted environment, including any Improvements thereof and the relevant Documentation.

UiPath Platform means the UiPath Cloud Platform and the UiPath RPA Platform (together or individually) licensed by UiPath in accordance with the Licensing Models and as provisioned by UiPath for each type of Account.

UiPath Privacy Policy is the privacy policy located at (or successor website): https://www.uipath.com/legal/privacy-policy .

UiPath RPA Platform means the suite of software components (together or individually) created, made available or published by UiPath, as an on-premise solution on Customer machines, including any Improvements thereof and the relevant Documentation.

Use Restrictions Policy means the use restrictions policy located at (or successor website): https://www.uipath.com/legal/use-restrictions-policy.

Then ask your company if you can do it ?

Hello Luis and thank you for your answer.
I am aware of these terms and conditions and I have read them all before posting this.
However, it doesn’t say wether I am allowed or not to use Community Edition as in Individual working for a large company. It only says that my company can’t use it.
So I rephrase my question: As an employee of a large company, am I allowed to use Community Edition for my own personal (time) gain and not for my employer’s profit?

Well of course my company benefits indirectly from this, because I would have time to do other stuff if I automate part of my own work, but that’s another topic…

You just cant install it on the companies pc…

Dont belive so, but you can always try to make same protocol with your company :):slight_smile:


yes of course you can use Community Edition of uipath
–to get that edition
use https://platform.uipath.com
–where enter your common authentication like gmail id and its password and click enter which will take us to cloud platform
–where in the RESOURCE tab we can download the community edition

but we need to renew the community edition once in 12 weeks
for that

hope this would help you
Cheers @FlorinCretzu

Hello Palaniyappan and thank you for your answer.
I know that from a technical point of view it is possible to install and use UiPath Community Edition on my business pc.
But I would be interested to know an official UiPath point of view… if this type of usage is against in agreement or against their licensing policies. I don’t want to run robots and find out later that I used the software without license coverage, thus illegally. :frowning:

no no…
there is no illegallity in using community edition and is made for the commercial purpose only between small group of people for their daily automation purpose
may be you need to confirm once with your admin team while installing the application in your office premise, and that would be only thing we need to think off
else everything is fine buddy

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