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The UiPath Robot Guide

About High-Density Robots

High-Density Robots is a feature that ensures a full utilization of each machine at your disposal at its maximum potential. As a result, regardless of the Windows version a machine is running on, if you have multiple users on it, you can register a Robot on each of the users.

Any type of Robot, be it an Attended, Unattended or Free one can be configured in a High-Density environment.

However, the High-Density environment is limited in the following ways:

  • On a machine with a Windows 7 (update KB2533623) or higher operating system:
    • you can only run one process with a Robot at a time.
  • On a machine with a Windows Server (2008 R2 or 2012 R2 or 2016) operating system:
    • you can run the same process with all Robots in the same time;
    • you can run different processes with all Robots in the same time.

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Note:

On the same machine, you have to connect all users as Robots to Orchestrator, all with the same Machine Name and Key.

If you register a new Robot to Orchestrator on a machine that is running the UiPath Robot service, you have to restart the service.

To set up High-Density Robots on a Windows Server machine, please see the Setting Up Windows Server for High-Density Robots chapter.

Updated 2 years ago



About High-Density Robots


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