Access to Bizagi Management Console

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Access to Bizagi Management Console

Bizagi Management Console has a similar look and feel to that one of Bizagi Studio.

Bizagi Management Console is still a desktop application, but its purpose is to allow you to admin parameters of your project while on a live environment (i.e., testing or production environments).

Nonetheless, it can be used as well for this same purpose in a development environment, though some of the options will be available in Bizagi Studio as well only for such development environment.

 

For Bizagi Management Console access, consider parting from the steps described at Access to Bizagi Studio up until you reach the Bizagi Management Console icon, and then following these steps.

 

1. Download the direct connection to the Management Console.

Once logged in, click on the Bizagi Management Console shortcut.

 

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Your browser should prompt you about downloading an .rdp file.

 

Notice you may rename such access file (e.g, if you consider a name that is more descriptive to you), or place them as well in path that is easy for you to remember and use:

 

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2. Connect to Bizagi Management Console.

Click on the downloaded .rdp file to open the direct connection once you have downloaded them.

Ensure you tick the Don't ask me again for connections to this computer checkbox and click Connect:

 

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Ensure you use your Bizagi Studio credentials as described in step #2 when prompted:

 

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Notice that a successful connection displays a Windows task bar message regarding the use of RemoteApp and desktop connections.

 

At this point, you should see Bizagi Management Console loading up.

When done, you may choose to configure certain aspects of your project, such as authentication and authorization (access control) for your end users or testers.

To set up authentication, it is strongly recommended that you integrate your corporate Identity Manager.

To integrate an Identity Manager, you will need to ensure it is compliant to SAML 2.0, as described at SAML-based authentication.