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Add a new Solobot

Lets see how you can add a Solobot.

While in the Solobot tab, click on the "New Robot" option and you will get the "New Solobot" pop-up window. This window will have four tabs.

- General Tab

The first one is the "General" tab. In this tab, name the SoloBot and assign it to a machine. Optionally, you may also assign it to a Group and Environment.

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- Autologin Tab

This Tab is included only in the 'New' or 'Edit SoloBot' windows, as SideBots do not support the Auto Login feature. Auto Login enables the user to configure the SoloBot so it can log into a machine using a user's (either Active Directory, or ProcessRobot Custom Authentication) credentials.

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Please note that via the Password mode box, you have the option to Enter password directly or Get password from Credentials:

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It is possible to set the SoloBot to use a local machine user's credentials for Auto Login purposes. When configuring the SoloBot this way, simply type in the local user's name into the 'User' field, ignoring the 'Select User' button. Leave the 'Domain' field blank. Enter the user's password in the relevant fields below.

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Additionally, the Auto Login Tab includes the 'Login Mode' option, which relates to ProcessRobot's BotStack capability.

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By selecting the 'BotStack' option, more than one SoloBot can be assigned to the same machine. See the BotStack and BotStack Requirements articles for more details. Having selected the 'BotStack' option, the user can select the desired Desktop Resolution that the specific SoloBot will use when active.

- Concurrency Policy Tab

The same as the rules found in Process Properties > Concurrency Policy, except that in this case, the Concurrency policy rules will apply to the Robot, not a Process.

- Security Tab

Allows the user to set Permissions for operations that can be performed on the Robot for each user Role, exactly as described in the previous SideBot topic.