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Orchestrator User Guide
Last updated 2024年5月20日

Unattended automation

Unattended automation is a process whereby machines perform tasks on their own, without the need for human intervention. Such tasks are usually:

  • complex

  • repetitive

  • carried out in batches on large amounts of data

And with the help of unattended automation, they become:

  • fast

  • scalable

  • reiterative

  • immune to errors

  • inexpensive

  • able to be run around the clock


Important: Unattended automation requires elevated permissions, access levels, and credentials, which makes it best suited for highly privileged operations.

Unattended automation is performed by unattended robots, which are deployed from Orchestrator and are programmed to execute based on a certain configuration. They run in the back-end, on dedicated machines, so users never need to interrupt their work to trigger a process.

In a nutshell, these are the components that make up an unattended automation:
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The components above, as well as other concepts that are essential to unattended automations, are defined below, in the Useful concepts in unattended automation section.

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