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Deployment

In the Deployment Tab you can specify the Processes you want to be available on a specific Sidebot without their user having access on any other ProcessRobot component (Control Desk, Process Studio, etc):

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After specifying the Robot Pool on which the Sidebot belongs to, you will be presented with a number of additional settings grouped together under the name Deployment Data (if this Sidebot does not belong to any Pool then create one that will contain it via Settings>Robot Pools):

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Through the Deployment Data you can specify:

The Process Name: The name of the Process you want to make available in this Pool of Robots.

Folder: Here you can specify the folder path that will be shown in the Sidebot, which will contain the Process (for additional details please refer to the "Deploy a Process to a Sidebot" topic).

Hotkey: Assign a hot-key to the Process, so when this hot-key is pressed from the Sidebot user, the Process will fire immediately on the target Robot.

Help Text: A description that you can give to the Process in regards to what is supposed to do.

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After pressing OK you can check the impact of your actions by opening the Sidebot affected (double-click on the ProcessRobot icon in the System Tray - the System Tray is that group of icons at the right of the Windows Taskbar):

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You can Stop All Processes running from this Sidebot at anytime, using the Stop All Processes Hotkey (Ctrl+Alt+T).