Uipath End User License Agreement

Uipath End User License Agreement

There are separate steps to follow, depending on whether your orchestrator activates its Orchestrator license online through a proxy server, because you cannot connect to the license server through a proxy. Sometimes it can be a bit confusing to understand UiPath licensing models, especially with terms such as UiPath Studio license, UiPath Orchestrator license, Node Locked License, Concurrent User License, Concurrent Runtime License, Named User License, etc. For example, if you have 10 users on a computer and all of them are defined in Orchestrator as Attended Robots, 10 Attended licenses will be consumed. If you have set the same user on 10 different computers, only 1 license will be consumed. The page Visits all user names defined in Orchestrator as robots, as well as the last time they were signed in, the number of computers they are assigned to, and whether the users are currently logged in. Finally, a list of all robots defined under a particular username can be displayed by clicking the Show Robot button. For customers with concurrent licenses withdrawn from service, UiPath undertakes to maintain them fully through the provision of commercial agreements that are in any case tailored to each customer. These agreements may include exclusive discounts, including for the multi-user add-on. The new multi-user license allows companies to adapt their business applications to support scenarios that teams use with shiftworkers, variable workers or seasonal workers across multiple time zones. Here are some of the features of the new multi-user licensing offering: You can assign a computer a custom number of durations that determine the number of unmonitored/non-productive licenses consumed when the UiPath Robot service is running on the computer. The number of robots defined on a machine does not depend on the number of lifetimes. This type of license is available for Attended, Studio and StudioX Robots.

To speed up your deployment time and easily manage activation from a central site, the robot license to Orchestrator on a client basis is available on the License page. Here you can download, renew or remove a license with a single click of the button. Regardless of the type of license you have, it is possible to run Attended Robots offline for a number of hours. This means that bots don`t lose their licenses if they lose their connection to Orchestrator for some reason. This setting can be configured through the Client Settings page. In this licensing model, we count the maximum number of unmonitored/non-product robots capable of running processes simultaneously. This figure is established in the total number of durations allocated to all online machines. You can distribute licenses to all your computers. In the event of an objection between the applicable license agreement and a valid license agreement signed between the customer and UiPath for the use of the UiPath RPA platform, the latter takes precedence in the extent of the conflict. If there are 10 users (bots) on a Windows desktop computer, you can only perform one process at the same time and you must leave the number of durations at the default value of 1. If you assign more than one lifetime to a Windows desktop computer and you try to run multiple tasks simultaneously, errors will be triggered.

. The license key is required to run the following command: regutil activate /email=emailaddress /code=licensecode Do you have another solution? The License page appears. The end user license agreement entered into by the customer and UiPath applies to the customer who activates the UiPath RPA platform with a license key issued by UiPath that is subject to royalties. . . .


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