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Verify Human-Bot Collaboration services

  • Updated: 7/15/2020
    • 11.3.x
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Verify Human-Bot Collaboration services

After you have verified the Microsoft Windows services, ensure that all other necessary or dependent services are installed by the Human-Bot Collaboration Server installer.

Procedure

  1. Ensure the following Microsoft Windows services are installed:
    Service name Description
    Automation Anywhere Human-Bot Collaboration API Service Receives and processes the Human-Bot Collaboration API requests.
    Automation Anywhere Human-Bot Collaboration Messaging Service Manages Human-Bot Collaboration hub messaging.
    Automation Anywhere Human-Bot Collaboration OData API Service Receives and processes the Human-Bot Collaboration OData v4 API requests.
    Automation Anywhere Human-Bot Collaboration Proxy Service Receives all incoming HTTP and HTTPS requests for Human-Bot Collaboration, and forwards to the correct service.
    Automation Anywhere Human-Bot Collaboration Security Service Receives and processes authentication and authorization requests.
  2. Verify the available ports:
    • To verify the required Human-Bot Collaboration ports, see Human-Bot Collaboration ports, protocols, and firewall requirements.

      The default ports for the Human-Bot Collaboration Server are:

      • Message Service: 5003
      • API Service: 5005
      • OData API Service: 5006
      • Security Service: 5004
    • Verify the Control Room ports.

      Control Room ports, protocols, and firewall requirements

      Note: Conflicts might occur when two of the same ports are installed for the Human-Bot Collaboration Server and the Control Room. Only one port is usable at a time. Ports are configurable in the Server Manager console and you can verify all the used ports by running the netstat -abno command.
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