Applies to:
Foxtrot RPA, Foxtrot Classic, Foxtrot Legacy — all versions

When attempting to run a script, the following Warning message is displayed:

This is due to the fact that the user is not permitted to run a script, as they are configured as a Scripter according to the rules established via Foxtrot’s User Authentication.

Note that only users with Administrative credentials can make the following changes:

Verify the user’s permission level within the Foxtrot Administrator. To allow a user to Run a script, one must be defined as an Operator, rather than a Scripter. Note that Foxtrot will need to be restarted before changes can take affect.

Below is a brief description of user’s Foxtrot permissions level. For more information, reference the Description of Permission Levels article.




Not logging into Foxtrot?

It is possible for users to see this message even when Foxtrot log ins are not being used. If this is the case, the issue is likely due to lack of permissions to the installation folder or the script file location. Please verify that users have ready, write and modify permissions to the Foxtrot Suite installation path (by default, “C:\Program Files (x86)\Foxtrot Suite”)

Last Modified 04/26/2017