Question4Replies75Views×Close popoverMaleesha Wilfred (MaleeshaW) Evonsys Evonsys LK View Profile MaleeshaW Member since 2019 24 posts Evonsys Posted: February 6, 2020Last activity: February 6, 2020Posted: 6 Feb 2020 4:40 ESTLast activity: 6 Feb 2020 7:31 EST Solved Machine gets logged off when its specified robot is stoppedHi,Here is my issue. When I stop the robot from Pega Robot Manager portal, the machine where it is configured is getting logged off. And Pega Runtime is also stopped.In order to restart the robot, I have to manually turn on the machine and launch the Pega Runtime.Is there a workaround for this? TIA Pega Robotic Process Automation 8.0 Robotic Process Automation Healthcare and Life Sciences Robotics System Architect ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Accepted Solution Posted: 11 months agoUpdated: 11 months agoPosted: 6 Feb 2020 5:16 ESTUpdated: 6 Feb 2020 7:30 EST×Close popoverVivek Sagar (@vivek.sagar) Infosys Limited Infosys Limited IN View Profile@vivek.sagar Infosys Limited replied to MaleeshaWHi,This is a default behavior if you stop your bot from Pega Robot Manager Portal.To avoid this either of the two options would work for you.First one is very obvious to stop the bot from Virtual Machine itself by exiting the Pega Runtime application from tray icon menu.Second option is install Pega RPA Service in your virtual machine and set the mode to "OnDemand" in RPAService.config file.With this you would enable the functionality to "Start" the bot on demand from the Robot Manager Portal.Please refer the following link given belowhttps://community.pega.com/knowledgebase/articles/pega-rpa/robotic-processing-automation-rpa-serviceThanks,-V.S. Posted: 11 months agoPosted: 6 Feb 2020 5:47 EST×Close popoverMaleesha Wilfred (MaleeshaW) Evonsys Evonsys LK View ProfileMaleeshaW Evonsys replied to @vivek.sagarHi @vivek.sagar,I have already configured the mode to "OnDemand" in RPAService.config file.But it is still getting restarted. Posted: 11 months agoUpdated: 11 months agoPosted: 6 Feb 2020 6:54 ESTUpdated: 6 Feb 2020 7:30 EST×Close popoverBhabani Shankar Jena (Bhabani_Jena) Boubyan Bank Sr. RPA Consultant Boubyan Bank KW View ProfileBhabani_Jena Boubyan Bank replied to @vivek.sagareven in cas of Pega RPA Service - the RPA SAS will signOut / logoff from the machinewhen issued Start" from Robot Manager - the window service logs into the VM, with Credentials provided in CredMgrexpected behaviour - stop from Pega Robot Manager :Pega Runtime will be terminatedthe machine will get logged off Posted: 11 months agoPosted: 6 Feb 2020 7:31 EST×Close popoverMaleesha Wilfred (MaleeshaW) Evonsys Evonsys LK View ProfileMaleeshaW Evonsys replied to Bhabani_JenaThank you for the clarification.