License and subscription

AdministratorA user who can use all functionality in both Nintex RPA Central and Nintex Bot. role required.

Before you start Install Nintex RPA Central, activate the license, and configure the Nintex RPA Central URL. For more information, go to Install Nintex RPA Central and activate license key.

A subscription to Nintex RPA allows your organization to efficiently and effectively automate repetitive, manual tasks with RPA software tools that are easy to use. The following license options are available:

  • Standard: Automate repetitive tasks and mundane work by leveraging the speed and ease of your own RPA bot. Pricing encompasses attended bots as well as support and training.
  • Enterprise: Experience the full capabilities of RPA with the control and governance you expect from an enterprise offering. Pricing includes both attended and unattended bots, access to workflows, cloud-to-ground connectivity, and SAP interaction.

For more information about license and pricing, go to Nintex RPA pricing.

On the License and subscription page you can:

View the license and subscription details

On the top navigation bar, click Settings. The License and subscription page displays the following details:

Section Field Description
License information License key Enter a license key or lists an existing license key.
  Edition

Type of license. Values can be:

  • Enterprise
  • Standard

For more information, go to Nintex RPA pricing.

  Botflow entitlement Number of botflows available for an existing license key.
  Expiry Expiry date for the currently assigned license key.
About Nintex RPA Central URL The Nintex RPA Central URL, which must be used to request access for a Nintex Bot. For more information, see Set your Nintex RPA Central URL and security certificate.
  Version Version of the Nintex RPA Central installation.

Edit the license key

You can edit the license key if you want to update the license details.

  1. On the top navigation bar, click Settings.

  2. Click License and subscription in the side navigation menu.
  3. In the License information section, to the right of the License key, click and select Edit.
  4. Edit the License key and click Update.

    The license key is updated.

Deactivate the license key

If you want to temporarily disable all botflows from running, you can deactivate the license.

  1. On the top navigation bar, click Settings.

  2. Click License and subscription in the side navigation menu.
  3. In the License information section, to the right of the License key, click and select Deactivate.
  4. Click Deactivate to confirm.

    The license is deactivated and the license activation page displays.

If you have any botflows running, they will be disabled and you must activate the license again to continue using Nintex RPA Central and Nintex Bot.

Edit the Nintex RPA Central URL

Hosting Nintex RPA Central on a server will allow you and other users on your domain to create botflows and assign them to one Nintex Bot (Standard edition) or up to five Nintex Bots (Enterprise edition). To host Nintex RPA Central, you will need to assign it to a URL.

Important: Nintex RPA Central can use a security certificate specifically generated for this server that is trusted by your domain. Check with your IT administrator to ensure selecting this solution is appropriate for your implementation in a production environment. If not, you can specify your own certificate provided by your IT administrator.

  1. On the top navigation bar, click Settings.

  2. Click License and subscription in the side navigation menu.
  3. In the About section, to the right of the Nintex RPA Central, click and select Edit.

    The Host Nintex RPA Central panel is displayed on the right.

  4. Select a security certificate from the Security certificate drop-down list. Your IT administrator must provide a security certificate that specifies the URL to use for Nintex RPA Central. The certificate must be on the local machine and meet the Nintex RPA Central certificate requirements described below:
  5. Type the Port number.
  6. Click Set URL.

The Nintex RPA Central URL is configured and displayed.

Note: 

If you are using Windows 10, you must update the server firewall settings to allow access from any machine on the domain.