UiPath Orchestrator Guide

Field Descriptions for the Unattended and NonProduction Pages

The fields on the Unattended and NonProduction pages are similar, as follows:




Looks in the Machine column for machines that match your input.



Enables you to filter the page according to the licensed status of the machines.
The icon changes as follows:

  • filter_not_applied - no filter is applied
  • filter_applied - a filter is applied; if you click the Filters button when it is in this state, all filters are removed.


The number of manually allocated runtimes for the corresponding machine. Please note that you cannot add more runtimes to a machine than there are available in Orchestrator. For example, if you have 4 remaining runtimes available, and 2 already allocated to a machine, then you can only allocate a maximum of 6 runtimes to that machine.


The amount of Robots that are defined on the corresponding machine.


The number of licenses used by the corresponding machine. Licenses are released when the execution of a job is done or when you close the Robot tray.

License Status

Indicates if the machine is licensed or not.


Allows you to enable or disable your Unattended or NonProduction-purposed machines. Turn off the toggle to disable the machine. Note that whenever you try to disable a machine a confirmation dialog is displayed. Turn on the toggle to enable it back again.
By default, machines are enabled.

Edit Runtimes


Opens the Edit Machine Runtimes window and enables you to change the number of runtimes allocated to the corresponding machine. The minimum value is 1, and the maximum value is determined by the total number of runtimes you have.
Note that you need Edit permissions on Machines for this button to be enabled.

View Robots


Displays all the Robots that are defined on the corresponding machine.
Note that you need View permissions on Robots for this button to be enabled.

Field Descriptions for the Unattended and NonProduction Pages

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