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Refer to this page about Virtual browser.

Virtual browsers List

Transition from "Virtual browser" in the global menu. The created Virtual browsers are displayed in the list.

This screen has following features.

  1. Create a Virtual browser
  2. Search a Virtual browser
  3. Virtual connector DetailsEdit / Delete
  4. Open a Virtual browser
  5. Confirm Startup Log
  6. Change a Default Virtual browser

When execution environment is set to agent, you can click the caret to see which agent you are using.

Click the [Details] button of the used agent, Agent Details page is displayed.

Create a Virtual browser

A Virtual browser can be created from the "Create Virtual browser" button on the Virtual browser list.

When creating a virtual browser, you can configure the execution environment, communication route, client certificates, etc.

Basic Settings

Virtual browser name

Enter any name.

Home URL

You can enter the URL that will be displayed first when you launch the Virtual browser.

Ignore SSL server certificate errors

You can switch the setting to ignore SSL certificate errors. The default setting is disabled.

Advanced settings

You can even change to advanced settings.

Legacy communication mode … Start the virtual browser in the old communication mode.
* Normally you do not need to enable it.
* If enabled, the client certificate will not be applied.

Execution environment

Select one of the following for the execution environment of the Virtual browser.

When Setting to a Cloud browser

Select the [Cloud] radio button.

When Setting to an Agent browser

Select the [Agent] radio button.
Click [Add agent], select any Cloud BOT Agent, then click [Add].
* When setting the execution environment to an agent, you need to link the Cloud BOT Agent to your account.

Communication route

You can set any communication route. Refer to this page how to configure each communication route.

Virtual connector

Refer to this page about creating a Virtual connector.

Select a Virtual connector form the pull down menu.

Web Proxy

Enter the required information.

Client Certificates

Client certificates can be set for each virtual browser.
Up to 100 client certificates can be set per virtual browser.
Settings can be deleted/added.

Certificate file

Select a locally located certificate file.

Import password/Passphrase

Enter the certificate import password/password.


Enter the URL of the website to which the client certificate will be applied.
Input example...


Enter any name. If not entered, the common name of the client certificate will be used.

Expiration date of client certificate

If the client certificate is about to expire or has expired, it will be displayed in color on the Virtual browser detail screen and the Virtual browser edit screen.

[Within 30 days to expiration date] yellow

Virtual browser details screen

Virtual browser edit screen

[expiration of validity] red

Virtual Browser Details Screen

Virtual browser edit screen

Search a Virtual browser

You can search a browser from the Virtual browser list.
You can narrow the search result by the Virtual browser name, execution environment, the agent used, or the Virtual browser used.

Virtual browser Details

You can see the details of the Virtual browser.

Click the [Details] button on the list in the Virtual browsers screen.
You can check the setting information, open/edit/delete/check the status/client certificate/communication route of the Virtual browser.

Edit a Virtual browser

You can edit the Virtual browser settings.

Click the [Edit] button. You can edit the Virtual browser with same way as creating a Virtual browser.

Delete a Virtual browser

You can delete a Virtual connector.

Click the [Delete] button. Click [OK]. Note that you cannot undone this deletion.

Open a Virtual browser

You can open a Virtual browser. You can also open it from the Virtual browser details screen.

Click [Open browser].

Confirm Startup Log

You can see the startup log of the Virtual browser.

You can also search the contents of the startup log.

If you are using an unregistered agent, the agent field will display "Agent deleted".

Change a Default Virtual browser

Change the default Virtual browser to be used when executing a BOT.

Change the [Default] radio button to select.

Click the [OK] button.

The default Virtual browser to be used when executing a BOT has been changed. You can check it at the Virtual browser details.