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Assigning deployment levels and packages

Suggest edit Updated on July 5, 2021

You assign a deployment level and the package that is deployed in it to a robotic work group, department of users, or individual users.

For example, you can assign the Production deployment level, which contains a package so that robots can automatically process claims, to a robotic work group.

When you assign a deployment level and package to a department, the package is inherited by all the subdepartments and users in each subdepartment. If you later add users or subdepartments to the department, any packages that were assigned to the department are also inherited by new subdepartments and users.

You can assign multiple deployment levels and packages to a user. For example, users inherit packages on a deployment level that are assigned to their departments, and you can also assign deployment levels and their associated packages directly to those users. If users are assigned multiple packages, they can select which package they want to use when they log in to their workstations.

You can assign only one package to a robotic work group.

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