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Run your first bot

  • Updated: 2022/05/31
    • Automation 360 v.x
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Run your first bot

Run a bot from the same device that you used to create the bot.


Log in to your instance of the Automation Anywhere Control Room, and complete these steps:.

  1. Install Bot Agent and register device
  2. Set user device credentials
  3. Create your first bot

These steps describe the guided workflow for first-time users. The guided workflow is only displayed the very first time you complete these steps.

You can run a bot from the following devices:

  • The same device you are using to log in to the Control Room.
  • Another device you registered that has the same login credentials as the machine you are using to log in to your Community Control Room or a device with defined credentials in the Control Room.
Note: Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) is a challenge or response authentication method that enables clients to provide their user name and password as encrypted credentials or plain text. Use Google Chrome browser to enable the Automation Anywhere extension and capture the proxy information. After the proxy information is captured, you can use any browser to run a bot in Automation 360.


  1. Locate and select your bot.
    From your Control Room dashboard left panel, select Automation. A list of available bots and forms is displayed.
  2. Select the bot to run.

    From the Files and folders table, mouse over the ellipsis (three stacked dots) to the right of your bot's name.

    The Edit TaskBot panel appears.

  3. Click the Run Task bot icon.
    The Run bot now window opens. In the Task Bots table, your bot is selected to run.
  4. Click Next.
    The Device tab opens with a table of one or more registered devices.
  5. If your device is not already selected, select your device to run the bot, and click the right arrow.
  6. Click Run bot now.
    Control Room uses the credentials in your profile to log in to the device you selected and runs the bot.
    The In progress activity window opens with the status of the running bot. When the bot is done, it disappears from this window.
  7. Click Historical to see if your bot ran successfully.

    Watch the following video on how to run your first bot in the Community Edition:

Next steps

Build bots using variables, actions, and the Universal Recorder. See Get started building bots.
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