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Bot and bot credential permissions

  • Updated: 2022/05/23
    • Automation 360 v.x
    • Manage
    • RPA Workspace

Bot and bot credential permissions

Enables users to access features for managing bots and the credentials used by bots.

Bots permissions

Action Resource Type Description
view

repositorymanager

Allows you to view the bots they created and bots that were assigned to them.
Note: You must assign this permission before assigning any other bots permissions.
run

repositorymanager

Allows you to run the bots they created and bots that were assigned to them.
export repositorymanager Allows you to export bots and related bot dependencies for which they have download permission.
import repositorymanager Allows you to import bots and bot dependencies for which they have upload permission.
createfolders repositorymanager Allows users to create folders within the folders that they have access to.
renamefolders repositorymanager Allows you to rename the folders they have access to.
Note: Only empty folders can be renamed.
cancelcheckout repositorymanager Allows you to cancel bot checkout and unlock the file from the public repository.
forceunlock repositorymanager Allows you to unlock locked bots.
Note: This feature will only have an effect when version control is enabled.
accessresourceany repositorymanager Allows you to get permissions to the resources. For example,

runtimeclientsmanagement, pool, queue and so on.

setproductionversion repositorymanager Allows you to set the production version of bots.
Note: This feature will only have an effect when version control is enabled.
all repositorymanager Allows you to get all the repository permissions.
gitrestore repositorymanager Allows you to get git restore permissions.

Credentials and lockers permissions

Action Resource Type Description

managecredentials

credentials

Allows you to create, edit, and delete their own credentials. In addition, the user can interact with credentials from their assigned lockers.
Note: All roles have this permission by default.

create

locker

Allows you to create and manage their own lockers.
consume locker Allows you to consume a locker locker
createstandard credentialattribute Allows you to create a standard attribute for a credential that is shared across all users of that credential .
updateany credentialattributevalue Allows you to view and edit their own masked attributes.
botautologinapi credentialattributevalue Allows you to automate the login process to run bots remotely.
addcredential credentialmanager Legacy, not used and will be removed from the future releases.
updatecredential credentialmanager
deletecredential credentialmanager
Note: A user with the AAE_Locker Admin role can view all credentials and lockers in the Control Room. See System-created roles.
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