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Automation Anywhere Version 11.3

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Disable mouse and keyboard

  • Updated: 9/05/2019
    • 11.3.x
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    • Enterprise

Disable mouse and keyboard

The Automation Anywhere platform enables the option to separate user functionality, specifically user interface services, for example, keyboard and mouse, to prevent unauthorized tampering when bots are running.

This makes automation tamper-proof ensuring the integrity of automation data. Like stealth mode, this provides additional safeguards to a bot when a Bot Runner machine is shared between a bot and a human. For example, when this setting is on, the user cannot input unwarranted texts anywhere or select places on the screen where the user is not supposed to have access. This security capability addresses NIST SC-2 best practices for secure application partitioning.

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