Install plug-ins on the Enterprise Client to access UI objects in certain applications.
- Open the Enterprise Client application in Run as administrator mode.
- Go to .
Click Install for the required plug-in.
Repeat the same steps for additional plug-in installations.
The above steps are general steps to install the plug-in, but in some cases additional workarounds are required.
Perform the following specific workarounds based on your environment to
successfully install the plug-in.
When working with Windows Server 2012
Clear the Internet Explorer Enable Enhanced Protected Mode option. Go to .
When working with Chromium-based Microsoft EdgePerform the following steps to add the compatible Google Chrome plug-in:
- Enable the option to allow extensions from other stores
in Chromium-based Microsoft Edge.
Install the Google Chrome plug-in for Automation Anywhere Enterprise from the Chrome Web Store.
For Enterprise Client Version 11.3.3 or later, to add the Automation Anywhere plug-in version 12.x, go to the Chrome Web Store and click Add to Chrome. Plug-in 12.x: Chrome Web Store
- Install the Google Chrome plug-in from the Enterprise Client to add registry entries.
These registry entries are required by the Automation Anywhere Enterprise Google Chrome plug-in to work properly with the Enterprise Client.
Because the current Microsoft Edge plug-in is not compatible with Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, certain functions with the Object Cloning command have known issues.
When working with Firefox version 74 or laterWhen you use Firefox version 74 or later to install Automation Anywhere plug-in in the Enterprise Client, the plug-in extension does not appear in the Firefox Add-on list under the Manage Your Extensions section. Perform the following steps to complete the plug-in installation.
- Navigate to .
- In the Manage Your Extensions section, click the Tools for all add-ons settings and select the Install Add-on From File option.
- Browse for the Firefoxextension.xpi
file in the Enterprise Client installation path. The
default path is C:\Program Files
A window to add the Automation Anywhere plug-in appears.
- Click Add.
- Click Okay, Got it to add the extension.
- Enable the option to allow extensions from other stores in Chromium-based Microsoft Edge.