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  • Actualizado: 2022/04/18
    • Automation 360 v.x
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    • Espacio de trabajo de RPA


The Control Room enforces role-based access control. There are two types of roles: system and user-created.

Role-based access control (RBAC) gives users access to specific features, based on the assigned roles and the accessibility provided to the user. The benefits of creating roles include:
  • Increased security through controlling users access according to their specified roles.
  • Decreased need of customer support.
  • Easy and accurate monitoring of the use and access of data by higher management, leading to better research management.
System roles
These roles are preconfigured with the permissions necessary to perform the tasks within the scope of that role. They cannot be modified or deleted.

System roles

User-created roles
Users create these roles and the roles can be customized. If a user-created role is created with all Control Room permissions, it is not considered a Control Room Admin role. Only the system-created AAE_Admin role has this privilege.

Create a role

Before removing a user role from the active RPA, administrators should make certain all unfinished development of bots are checked-in.

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