Question2Replies56Views×Close popoverAshish Patil (ashish.patil) Accenture Accenture US View ProfileSend Message ashish.patil Member since 2009 8 posts Accenture Posted: May 6, 2020Last activity: May 7, 2020Posted: 6 May 2020 17:56 EDTLast activity: 7 May 2020 13:54 EDT Pega RPA inside locked VDIThe use case: Task scheduler kicks the bot at set time,1. bot opens up Website A, Read data,2. bot opens up Website B, Reads data for input from step 1.3. bot updates Website A with data from website B. This is unattended bot and there is NO Robot Manager, Following are the questions:1. Should common config have RPA = true?2. How can we make bot run even when the VDI is locked (ctrl+alt+del), or when nobody is watching it. Pega Robotic Process Automation 19.1 Robotic Process Automation Other Industry Lead System Architect ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 9 months agoPosted: 7 May 2020 2:04 EDT×Close popoverTejaswini Silivear (TejaswiniS0932) Atos Atos IN View ProfileSend MessageTejaswiniS0932 Atos replied to ashish.patilHi Ashish,From the above information, i think you did local deployment and not using Robot Manager, then you must be using Timer component to set the execution Time. If so, 1. No need to set RPA=true in common config, since you are not using deployment server.2. If you are using Timer component, you can set the time interval to invoke your automation at regular intervals. Posted: 9 months agoPosted: 7 May 2020 13:54 EDT×Close popoverAshish Patil (ashish.patil) Accenture Accenture US View ProfileSend Messageashish.patil Accenture replied to TejaswiniS0932Thanks for your response Tejaswini.Yes, RPA=false, does it mean my current solution is RDA? And if you can answer my second question:2. How can we make bot run even when the VDI is locked (ctrl+alt+del), or when nobody is watching it.