Automation Workshop can take care of multi-user Windows environments. Various users may have different access to files and folders. Thus it is very important to correctly specify user credentials for automated task execution.
Normally, the Run As properties are first set upon creating Task in Task Wizard run as properties.
|Run as properties||Description|
|If user is logged in||Interactive mode - if user is already logged on, Automation Workshop can access the same graphical user interface (GUI) and file / folder / network resources that are available for user.|
|If user is logged off||Non-interactive mode - if no user is logged on, Automation Workshop runs in non-interactive mode which means that it can access file / folder / network resources that specified credentials entitle to; however, access to graphical user interface options is limited.|
|Specified user name||If Run as specified user is selected either for interactive or non-interactive Task execution, user credentials are required: |
|Password||Provide password for specified user account.|
Depending on whether user is logged in or not, different accounts for Task execution can be specified. Choose the account from which the Task should be executed separately for situation when user is logged in and situation when user is logged off.
|Run Task as currently logged in user||Executes the Task in interactive mode in user account that is currently logged in. If Task uses Logon / logoff Trigger, it automatically uses credentials of currently logged in user.|
|Run Task as service (SYSTEM)||Executes the Task in System account (as Windows Service).|
|Run Task as specified user||Executes the Task in specified user account. Account credentials have to be provided.|
|Run Task as default user (Domain\Username)||Executes the Task in default user account. Note that Default user account is common for all Tasks. Default user account configured in Automation Workshop Task Options.|
|Do not run the Task||Specifies not to execute the Task.|