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Distributing Your Licenses

When you decide to increase your automation power and add one or more Orchestrator services to the organization, you need to allocate licenses to the new service(s). Since all your available licenses are already allocated to your first Orchestrator service - the one created automatically when signing up for your organization, you can either contact us to request additional licenses, or you can distribute your existing licenses between your existing services.

In order to distribute the existing licenses between your Orchestrator services, first edit a service that contains a larger number of licenses, decreasing the number of allocated licenses, and afterward edit the service with no or few licenses, increasing the number of allocated licenses up to the available number.

Important!

You can distribute your licenses between your Orchestrator services if you have the Organization Owner or Organization Admin role.

Read on for more information or view this relevant part of the Licenses video:

Freeing Up Licenses from a Service

When there are unused licenses allocated to a service, free up some of them to be re-distributed later to other services. Here is how you can edit a service to deallocate some of the licenses:

  1. In the Services page, click Edit Service next to the service you want to edit. The Edit Service window is displayed.
  2. Decrease the number of allocated licenses:
    • Robots
      • Attended Robots - Named User
      • Unattended Robots - Runtime
      • Testing - Runtime
      • NonProduction Robots - Runtime
    • Studios
      • Studio - Named User
      • StudioX - Named User
      • StudioPro - Named User
    • Other Services - displayed only for organizations with AI Fabric licenses
      • AI Fabric - check the box to activate AI Fabric license usage, or uncheck it to disable AI Fabric on the service. If the box is checked, you can edit the number of allocated licenses for:
        • AI Robot - Runtime
        • GPU - Runtime.
  1. Click Save. The Edit Service window is closed, and the Service update in progress notification is displayed, informing you that the service is being updated.

The service's status becomes Updating until the process is completed, then it reverts to its previous status. The number of licenses for each type is updated according to the values you've entered.
Click here for more details about editing services.

Checking License Usage for a Service

To ensure that the licenses allocated to each of your services are actually being used - Robots executed jobs, you can view the License Usage tab at the desired service level.

  1. Click the Usage button next to the desired service. The Services > [Selected Service] page opens, displaying License Usage Trend and Distributed Licenses sections. These sections, similar to the ones within the Homepage, contain service-specific information about the number of allocated versus used licenses for every license type.

If there are unused licenses allocated to the service, you can decide to free them up and reallocate them to another service, instead of buying new licenses.

Allocating Licenses to a Service

When you have free licenses on your hands and one of your services could use them, here's how you can allocate them to the service:

  1. Click Edit Service next to the service you want to edit. The Edit Service window is displayed.
  2. Increase the number of allocated licenses for each license type:
    • Robots
      • Attended Robots - Named User
      • Unattended Robots - Runtime
      • Testing - Runtime
      • NonProduction Robots - Runtime
    • Studios
      • Studio - Named User
      • StudioX - Named User
      • StudioPro - Named User
    • Other Services - displayed only for organizations with AI Fabric licenses
      • AI Fabric - check the box to activate AI Fabric license usage, or uncheck it to disable AI Fabric on the service. If the box is checked, you can edit the number of allocated licenses for:
        • AI Robot - Runtime
        • GPU - Runtime.

Note:

You cannot allocate more than the available number of licenses of each type.

  1. Click Save. The Edit Service window is closed, and the Service update in progress notification is displayed.

The service's status becomes Updating until the process is completed, then it reverts to its previous status. The number of licenses of each type is updated according to the values you've entered.
Click here for more details about editing services.

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