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UiPath Process Mining

The UiPath Process Mining Guide

Setting up the users

Introduction

To enable users to work with Process Mining, you must set up the user accounts to define access rights for the different Process Mining components.

User Management via Automation Cloud

Since Process Mining is a service within Automation Cloud, all users involved in the discovery process need to have an account in Automation Cloud.
To find out how to invite users to Automation Cloud, see Managing Users.

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When assigning roles to users or groups, make sure that the licenses that are needed to perform the role are available.

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Changes to group membership in Automation Cloud are not immediately reflected in Process Mining permissions. This can take up to 15 minutes. This implies that, for example, when a user is removed from the group, the process app permissions the user gained through the group are not immediately revoked.

User Management in Process Mining

Administrators can manage access for users to the Process Mining service in the Admin Console. The Assign roles tab displays a list of users and groups with the assigned roles. See the illustration below.

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You can set access for users only for Process Mining components and not for other Automation Cloud services.

You can assign roles that grant permissions to a specific user or group. Below is an overview of the different roles that are available for Process Mining users.

RoleDescription
Business user- A Business user has access only to Published process apps.
- Access to a specific Published Process App is restricted to the permissions set for this process app.

By default, users that are in the Everyone group in Automation Cloud have assigned the Business User role.
Developer- A user with the Developer role can create, view, edit, or delete process apps.
- Can manage permissions for published process apps for which they are the owner.

By default, users that are in the Automation Developers group in Automation Cloud have assigned the Developer role.
Administrator- A user with the Administrator role assigned can access the Admin Console tab in Process Mining.
- Can assign or revoke roles to users and groups.
- The Administrators group cannot be deleted from the Users & Groups list.

By default, users that are in the Administrators group in Automation Cloud have assigned the Administrator role.

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A user or group can have multiple roles assigned.

Assigning roles to users or groups

You can assign roles to a new user or group, or you can edit a user or group that is already in the Users & Groups list.

Adding Users and/or Groups

Follow these steps to assign roles to a user or group that is not listed.

StepAction
1Go to the Assign roles tab.
2Click on +Add a user or group to open the Assign roles panel.
3In the Add Users & Groups field start entering the email address of the user, or the name of the group, you want to assign one or more roles.

You can only add users that have an account on your organization's Automation Cloud.
4If you want to assign the same role or roles to multiple users or groups, repeat step 3 to add the users and/or roles.
5Select the Roles you want to assign to the users and/or groups listed in the Add Users & Groups field.

When you select one or more Roles, the applicable permissions are displayed in the Access list.
6Click on Add.
7Press F5 to refresh the page.

See the illustration below for an example.

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New users and/or groups are listed on the Assign roles tab. For each user or group the assigned role or roles are displayed.

Editing Users and/or Groups

Follow these steps to assign different roles for a user or group.

StepAction
1Go to the Assign roles tab.
2Select the user or group for which you want to change the assigned roles in the Assign roles list, and click on imageimage.
3In the Edit Users & Groups panel, select the Roles you want to assign to the users and/or groups listed in the Add Users & Groups field.

When you select one or more Roles, the applicable permissions are displayed in the Access list.
4Click on Save.
5Press F5 to refresh the page.

The newly assigned role or roles for the user or group are displayed.

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Always refresh the Admin Console page after adding or removing roles for users or groups, to make sure the users can access the functions as defined by the new role or roles.

Removing a user or group

When you remove a user or group, the individual user, or the users that are part of the group do not have access to Process Mining anymore.

Follow these steps to remove a user or group.

StepAction
1In the Assign roles tab, select the user or group you want to remove from the Assign roles list, and click on imageimage.

A confirmation message is displayed.
2Click on Remove to remove the selected user or group. See the illustration below for an example.
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Removing multiple selected users or groups

You can also select multiple users and/or groups from the list and click on the imageimage button at the top-right corner to remove users and/or groups in bulk.

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If the selection contains a user or group that has the Administrator role assigned, the delete action will not be allowed.

Updated 11 days ago

Setting up the users


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