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Feature retirements and Automation Anywhere products

  • 已更新:2022/08/29
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Feature retirements and Automation Anywhere products

Review features, capabilities, and services (from Automation Anywhere or third party) that are retired or nearing retirement to understand how they impact your automation and what action is required.

Summary list

Feature or capability Retirement date Impact
Manifest V2 (MV2) browser extension for Chrome and Edge January 2023 Existing Chrome and Edge extensions that use MV2 will not work. These have to be updated to MV3.
Basic authentication in Exchange online October 2022 Applications that use Basic authentication for specific affected protocols will not connect. Users have to update bots to use OAuth 2.0. Deprecation of Basic authentication
Microsoft Internet Explorer EOL June 2022 Customers on Windows 10 Semi-Annual Channel will have to upgrade bots to use a compatible browser (other supported browsers will have no immediate impact.

Automation 360 v.25R2 and Enterprise Version 11.3.5.6 releases provide tools to convert bots to use a compatible browser.

Internet Explorer EOL

Chrome and Edge MV2

Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browser extensions that use Manifest V2 (MV2) will no longer work by January 2023 and this might impact your existing automations. We plan to provide Chrome and Edge Manifest V3 (MV3) extensions with the next Automation 360 v.26 release to help start your migration to MV3 extensions.

Basic authentication in Exchange Online

Microsoft is removing the capability to use basic authentication in Exchange Online for specific protocols:
  • Exchange ActiveSync (EAS), POP, IMAP, Remote PowerShell, Exchange Web Services (EWS), Offline Address Book (OAB), Outlook for Windows, and Mac
  • SMTP AUTH will also be removed in all tenants in which it is not used.

Automation 360 customers will be impacted if they are running bots for email automation that connects to Exchange Online using IMAP, POP3 or EWS protocols with Basic authentication. Starting Oct 1, 2022 when Microsoft will disable the Basic authentication, we recommend customers to switch from basic authentication to the OAuth 2.0 authentication so that their bots do not fail.

Internet Explorer EOL

Microsoft announced end-of-life (EOL) for Internet Explorer beginning June 2022 and recommends Microsoft Edge or Microsoft Edge in IE mode.

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