is displayed in the system tray. Clicking this icon displays the UiPath Robot tray, while right-clicking it brings up the Options menu.
The UiPath Robot tray enables you to:
View all the available automation processes.
Start and stop a process, as depicted below. Once a process is started, the execution status is displayed, with the possibility to Pause, Resume, or Stop the execution. You can use the Report Status activity to have custom status messages displayed during execution. Please note that, upon trigger, the process is paused after the current activity is executed. The Robot status is also displayed in a tooltip when you hover the cursor over the process.
View and download processes that have a newer version available, or that need to be downloaded and unpacked locally, and view the installation status, as depicted below:
View the status connection to Orchestrator, as follows:
Robot unavailable - this status is displayed along with one of the following tooltip messages on mouse hover, in the following cases:
a. "An Orchestrator Robot definition must exist for this user." - if a Machine that hosts the Robot is not defined on Orchestrator. For example, if you deployed your Robots using the ConnectionString without first defining the Robots in Orchestrator.
b. “Robot does not exist.” - when no Robot is defined.
c. “There are no available licenses on the server.” - no licenses are available in Orchestrator.
d. “Robot already connected to machine ‘Machine_Name’.” - a floating Robot is already in use on a different machine.
e. "The machine key is linked to another machine!" - the key you used to connect to Orchestrator belongs to another machine in Orchestrator.
Connected, unlicensed - when a Robot exists, but is not licensed. The following tooltip message is displayed on mouse hover: "There are no available licenses on the server.".
Connected, licensed - when a Robot exists and is licensed. The following tooltip message is displayed on mouse hover: "Robot is connected and license is acquired.".
Search for available processes. You can search for a process by using the AND keyword between the keywords (such as: Message AND box AND DocEnv).