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Hyland RPA Conductor

Hyland RPA
Foundation 23.2

Although there is no additional configuration needed when using the Hyland RPA Conductor with the Hyland Login Service, there are some things you need to know regarding the usage of “single-account mode” and “multi-account mode” Before proceeding, see Hyland RPA Conductor Setup for information on how to configure the Hyland RPA Conductor.

Depending on the mode, you need to set up the "clientIdentificationExpression" in the Hyland RPA Conductor config file to a valid value. The limitations of valid value depend on the actual mode, the Hyland Login Service shall use:

  1. Single-account mode

    In single-account mode, both ClientIdentificationExpressions for the Hyland RPA Conductor and Hyland Login Service must have the same values (for example,, %COMPUTERNAME%) maintained in their config.

  2. Multi-account mode

    In multi-account mode, the ClientIdentificationExpression of the Hyland RPA Conductor has to differ from the ClientIdentificationExpression of the Hyland Login Service. Because the expression has to identify the combination of the system (in terms of a computer) and the user account. A typical value for the ClientIdentificationExpression in this mode is "%COMPUTERNAME%-%USERNAME%".