Access IQ Bot without a Bot Creator or Bot Runner device license
Log in and operate IQ Bot without a device license (Bot Creator or Bot Runner) in Automation Anywhere Control Room. However, using the IQ Bot command in the Automation Anywhere Enterprise Client requires the appropriate device license identified in the table.
The following table summarizes the roles and associated UI views allowed for each role, with/without an assigned device license. To view or assign device license, go to the Automation Anywhere Control Room and navigate to .
|User||Device license||UI view in IQ Bot Portal||Comments|
||None||Role-specific view||Can access IQ Bot|
|Users with both roles:
||None||Admin view||Can access IQ Bot|
|AAE_Basic||None||None||Cannot access IQ Bot. An error message appears with a link to the Control Room.|
|AAE_IQ Bot Service||None||Services||Can access IQ Bot but unable to access the Enterprise Client. Therefore, Production documents in the Enterprise Client using the IQ Bot lite command are unable to upload.|
|AAE_IQ Bot Service||Bot Creator||Services||Can access IQ Bot Portal and Enterprise Client. In the Enterprise Client, to upload production documents, navigate to the tab.|
|AAE_IQ Bot Service||Bot Runner||Services||Can access the IQ Bot Portal and Enterprise Client. In the Enterprise Client, select a task and run it. User cannot create/edit a bot.|
For more information go to Automation 360 platform, and see Licenses - an overview