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UiPath Automation Cloud™ Guide

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Session policy

You can configure how you want us to handle user sessions in Automation Cloud.

Setting the idle timeout


The value set for idle timeout represents the amount of time a user can be inactive in Automation Cloud before their session is disconnected and they are singed out.

To set the idle timeout:

  1. Go to Admin > Security Settings and select the Session Policy tab.
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  1. If not already enabled, click the toggle next to Enable Idle Timeout to enable this setting.
  2. Under Timeout settings, set the number of minutes, hours, or days.
  3. Click Save in the bottom right corner of the page.

A confirmation message appears in the top right after the change is applied.

Restrict or allow concurrent sessions


You can restrict or allow your users to remain connected to Automation Cloud from multiple browser windows at the same time.
If restricted, when a user accesses Automation Cloud or any service in Automation Cloud from a new browser window, any other sessions they have open are disconnected.

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Tip:

Keep in mind that users who work in multiple Automation Cloud services, for example Orchestrator and Insights, might benefit from allowing concurrent sessions. That way, they can have each service open in a different browser window or tab to more easily switch between them.

To change concurrent sessions settings:

  1. Go to Admin > Security Settings and select the Session Policy tab.
  2. Click the toggle next to Limit Concurrent Sessions to enable or disable this setting:
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  1. Click Save in the bottom right corner of the page.

A confirmation message appears in the top right after the change is applied.

Updated 5 months ago


Session policy


You can configure how you want us to handle user sessions in Automation Cloud.

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