Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

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  • 1.  Ad an Application

    Posted Wed May 24, 2023 01:00 PM

    Hi, I want to connect to Azure Active Directory, in the documentation they indicate that I must access the IBM RPA console and access the Application option from the main menu, but it does not find that tou can see image below:

    These are my user roles

    Thanks for your help.

    Alex Virrueta

  • 2.  RE: Ad an Application

    Posted Thu May 25, 2023 12:29 PM
    Hi Alex, in the current version Saas does not have integration with any external authentication application (SSO/LDAP), this feature will be available in the next versions.
    You can follow what's new in each version at this link: Releases
    The documentation you saw is from the product on-premises version: LDAP
    Hope I helped you

    Angelo Alves
    IBM RPA Technical Specialist

  • 3.  RE: Ad an Application

    Posted Thu July 20, 2023 08:36 AM

    Hi Alex, I understand that you are trying to connect to Azure Active Directory but are unable to find the Application option in the IBM RPA console. It seems that in the current version of the Saas, there is no integration with any external authentication application such as SSO/LDAP. However, the good news is that this feature will be available in the upcoming versions of the product.

    To stay updated with the latest releases and features, I would recommend checking the "What's New" section for each version. You can access this information through the provided link to Releases. This will help you stay informed about when the integration with external authentication applications will be available.

    It's important to note that the documentation you came across is specific to the on-premises version of the product, which may have different features and capabilities compared to the Saas version you are currently using.

    Please keep an eye on the release updates and announcements to know when the integration with Azure Active Directory or any other external authentication application becomes available in the Saas version of IBM RPA. I'm also working on a Australian Software & App Development Company which is C9 that's why i'm familiar with this one, previously we have a colleague who have similar questions regarding this.  

    Alvin Ballesteros