UiPath.Settings file contains all the necessary details regarding how the Robot performs processes. You can modify these settings by directly editing the file and the corresponding fields. On the other hand, you can modify them via Orchestrator. This is done from the Settings tab, but only logging and resolution settings can be modified via Orchestrator.
Please note that local system and administrator rights are required to modify these settings. You should restart the UiPath Robot service (admin rights are required to do this), and close the Robot tray for changes to take effect.
UiPath.Settings file is stored in the
%ProgramData%\UiPath folder. It is created the first time the UiPath Robot service starts. It contains the following parameters:
The API key of the NuGet feed.
The location where projects are pushed and from where they are retrieved. This can be either a local feed, such as a file system path, or a web feed that uses the NuGet protocol (NuGet, MyGet etc.).
The address where the activities are stored. This field is only populated if you are not connected to Orchestrator. By default, the value is
The address of your instance of Orchestrator.
The level at which the Robot should log information. The following options are available: Verbose, Trace, Information, Warning, Error, Critical and Off.
Indicates whether or not to log information at a trace level, to help you with troubleshooting crashes and errors. By default, this parameter is set to
The Machine Key that is used to connect to Orchestrator. The key is encrypted in the UiPath.settings file using DPAPI. This value can also be filled in and modified from the Orchestrator Settings window. If not connected to Orchestrator, this parameter should be empty.
Enables the Robot to connect to the console session of the machine where it is installed. Additionally, it indicates if you can connect multiple Robots to Orchestrator using multiple users (High-Density Robots) or not. By default, the value is
The machine's display resolution width. This option is set to 0 by default, which means that it automatically retrieves and uses the detected resolution width. You can use a custom value, as long as it is supported by the workstation.
The machine's display resolution height. This option is set to 0 by default, which means that it automatically retrieves and uses the detected resolution height. You can use a custom value, as long as it is supported by the workstation.
The machine's display resolution depth. This option is set to 0 by default, which means that it automatically retrieves and uses the detected resolution depth. You can use a custom value, as long as it is supported by the workstation.
Enhances text recognition. If is set to True, the Font Smoothing option over RDP connections is turned on. This means that the target machine will have ClearType turned on.
A string generated from Orchestrator that enables you to register your Robot to it, without providing the Machine Name and Machine Key.
Disables the possibility to execute processes from the command line when enabled. By default, this feature is hidden and disabled.
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