Signing Up with ARM
The ARM sign-up and activation process has several steps— some on our end and others on yours.
- Go to https://www.autorabit.com/ and find the login option, or go directly to https://login.autorabit.com/.
- Now, click on the
Sign up for a Demolink. The
AutoRABIT – New Registrationscreen appears.
- Fill in the registration details, and then click
- Next, we review your details to check if they comply with our policies and to set up the rest of your account. When we've completed this process, we will send you an email with details on your activation status.
- When your account is activated, you will get a confirmation sent to your email address.
The ARM login screen allows you to log in to your instance.
- Navigate your web browser to your instance's URL (for example, https://instance.autorabit.com).
- The ARM login screen appears.
- Enter your login credentials (username and password), and then click on
- If you do not know your instance's URL or login credentials, please get in touch with your system administrator for assistance.
When you are done working in ARM and wish to log out of the system, click your user name in the upper right corner and click
Logout. This will log you out completely from ARM, and you must log in again to access your account.
While working in ARM, a user can be automatically logged out of the system. Currently, ARM allows a username to be logged in under only one session, and any additional user sessions started using the same username will log out of the previous session. This mechanism is for security, as ARM does not allow multiple sessions for the same username from different machines or browsers. To prevent situations like this, please do not share your login credentials (username and password) with users in your organization.
Another situation where users are automatically logged out is when the user does not perform any actions in ARM for a certain period. Configuration settings in the ARM UI control the security timeout period in ARM.
The users can have multiple tabs of ARM pages open within the same web browser (e.g., Chrome) without getting logged out of the system. For example, this is useful when working with multiple ARM pages or records without navigating away from previous pages.