Starting with release 7.0, connection to Bot Runner will only be possible using a token. Users with Analysts Roles are not allowed to change settings or generate Access Tokens. Read this article for more information about the roles available in Orchestrator. Bot Runner will no longer be tied to a specific user (via username and password) but will be available to any user within the organization via Orchestrator.
Creating a Token
To create a token, go to the "Tokens" page on the Orchestrator page.
Click on the "Generate access token" button. After that you will see a window for creating a token: enter the name of the token (this is necessary to make the token easier to find in the list) and click "Generate".
Copy the token and paste it into the "Token" field on the Bot Runner login page. The Bot Runner is now connected to Orchestrator.
After you have connected the Bot Runner via token, you will need to do one more step. On the "Bot Runners" page in the Orchestrator, you will see the Bot Runner connected, but it will be in the "Not approved" section. To approve the Bot Runner, click on the "tick" symbol. In the same way, you can deactivate specific Bot Runners. To do this, click on the symbol with three dots.
1. Whenever you connect to a Bot Runner via a token, that Bot Runner will automatically assume a "Not approved" status.
2. A token that you have already generated cannot be generated or viewed again. Therefore, if you need to distribute a token across multiple Bot Runners, save it.
3. Multiple Bot Runners can be connected via a single token. However, if you deactivate this token, all Bot Runners connected through it will be deactivated.