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Orchestrator Release Notes
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Last updated Jul 16, 2024

October 2023

31 October 2023

New deletion confirmation window

In an effort to help you prevent the inadvertent removal of important Orchestrator objects, we have decided to place more emphasis on the deletion confirmation window. This means that, when you try to remove one of these objects, you are now asked to type its exact name before being able to proceed with the deletion:
  • processes,
  • queues,
  • folders,
  • storage buckets,
  • assets with value per user.
To display this window, you need to select the new Strong confirmation on delete option on the General tab of your tenant settings.
Note:

Added on 1 November 2023: This tenant setting is currently disabled by default. However, to stand by our purpose of preventing accidental deletions, it will be enabled by default in a month's time.

Libraries feeds split view reenabled

In September, we announced the split of the Libraries page into Tenant and Host, with each section displaying its corresponding feeds. However, due to an issue, this feature was shortly disabled.

The issue in question is solved, and you can now take full advantage of the new and improved layout.

26 October 2023

Recording failed queue transactions - Enterprise release

The release of Robot 2023.10 brings the following to Enterprise cloud.

Recording failed queue transactions

Processes that do not succeed because of failed queue transactions can now be recorded for debugging purposes. This option, named Record and store failed queue transactions, is enabled at the process level, from the Video section of the Job recording setting.
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Its output can be rendered directly in Orchestrator, within the queue transaction itself.

25 October 2023

Onboarding Orchestrator to UiPath Solutions Management

UiPath Solutions Management, currently in public preview, is our new one-stop-shop for creating and managing custom packages that serve as a foundation for your automations, and that can easily be transported to new environments.

It currently includes Orchestrator folders, which are marked with the Folder marked with a capital S icon, with more objects being added soon.

Solutions capabilities within Orchestrator are controlled via two new default roles, and two new sets of permissions.

New roles

  • Solutions Administrator - can fully manage solution packages and deployments. By default, it includes the following permissions:

    • Solution deployments with the View, Edit, Create, and Delete options enabled.

    • Solution packages with the View, Edit, Create, and Delete options enabled.

  • Solutions Contributor - can view, edit, and create solution packages. By default, it includes the Solution packages permissions with the View, Edit, and Create options enabled.

New permissions

  • Solution deployments - allows the management of solution package deployments.

  • Solution packages - allows the management of solution packages.

Introducing the Disconnected credentials proxy

A few months ago, we launched the Orchestrator Credentials Proxy, a useful tool which allows you to independenly control the security of your connection data.

We are now taking data privacy up a notch with the new Disconnected Credentials Proxy, which allows unattended robots to retrieve Windows credentials directly from a credentials vault, instead of going through Orchestrator.
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You can find out more about this new feature from its dedicated section: The Orchestrator Credentials Proxy.

Hiding processes for attended users - Enterprise release

The release of Robot 2023.10 brings the following to Enterprise cloud.

Hiding processes for attended users

You now have the option to hide a process from the automations list in Assistant. This way, you can prevent users from running processes that you may not want them to access. To do so, you simply need to enable the Hide process for attended users option at the process level.
Process window with Hide process for attended users option enabled

24 October 2023

Searching for apps in the tenant

The Type list of the Search in tenant window now also includes an App entry, allowing you to search for specific apps within a tenant.

Standard machines removal

As announced in the deprecation timeline, you are now no longer able to create new standard machines. All references to such objects have been removed from the Orchestrator interface. As such, we recommend that you use machine templates instead.

Any existing standard machines will continue to work as usual.

My Profile menu and page removal

The My Profile menu and its corresponding page are no longer available. The information they contained can now be accessed from the following places:

  • Alerts preferences > the Alerts menu in the top application toolbar

  • Name and email address > your user menu, in the top right of the application toolbar

  • Licensing information > the License page at the tenant level

19 October 2023

Libraries feeds split view disabled

In September, we announced a new feature related to the the Libraries page, namely that it was split into Tenant and Host, with each section displaying its corresponding feeds.

However, due to an issue, this feature was disabled on 17 October. We are working on reenabling it soon.

11 October 2023

Hiding processes for attended users

You now have the option to hide a process from the automations list in Assistant. This way, you can prevent users from running processes that you may not want them to access. To do so, you simply need to enable the Hide process for attended users option at the process level.
Process window with Hide process for attended users option enabled

2 October 2023

API usage change

Certain API calls can be resource-consuming, and, as such, can lead to performance issues and API failure. In an attempt to relieve the potential burden placed by certain API requests, we have introduced the Strict API tenant setting, which makes some fields non-filterable and/or non-sortable.

The option is available at the tenant level, in the API Settings section of the General tab. It is enabled by default for new tenants, but existing tenants need to be opted in manually, which we recommend as a best practice. However, if you already have instances where such calls are made, you can, of course, clear the option.

Personal workspace alert severity

The severity level of the User started exploring your personal workspace. alert has been increased from Info to Error. This ensures that you are notified via email whenever an administrator starts exploring your personal workspace.

Custom user configurations for processes

For processes that use Integration Service connections, you can customize settings for your users by selecting connections or activity filters on their behalf . Then, when a user runs the proccess, it gets executed with the customized settings.

Users can override these settings from UiPath Assistant, as long as they have the proper permissions.

Discover how to configure custom user settings from our documentation.

When can I see these changes?

The date when a change is first announced in the release notes is the date when it first becomes available.

If you don't see the change yet, you can expect to see it soon, after we roll out changes to all the regions.

Deprecation timeline

We recommend that you regularly check the deprecation timeline for any updates regarding features that will be deprecated and removed.

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