Management Console

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Management Console


The Management Console is the application used by Automation Server to administer production or test environments (to perform maintenance activities such as: following up Scheduled jobs, changing the SMTP Server for notifications, setting execution traces, reviewing connection parameters configured to integrated with external systems, or manage licenses and clustering in your Production environment, amongst others).

The Management Console is installed with Automation Server in order to manage projects in Production environments, but, is also installed with Bizagi Studio in order to manage projects in Development and Test environments.





To open the Management Console, launch it from the shortcut access or from its installation path (by default at C:\Program Files\BizAgi\BizAgi Studio\MC\BizAgiMC.exe).





User Interface Explained

When opening the Management Console, the splash screen will provide you a shortcut for common options.




Amongst such options, you will find the possibility to quickly:

Create a new project.

Open an existing project.

Manage your registered projects.

Access our documentation and guides to get started with Bizagi.

Install free process templates from our Process Xchange.

Administer your Production environment licenses.


Note that some of these options are the same ones as those presented in Bizagi Studio.


Management Options

Once you open your Production or Test environment project, you will be able to review or administrate the selected environment's configuration.


General options

Options presented in the ribbon are:


Ribbon tab





Creates a new project

Open existing project

Opens an existing project


Allows you to manage your registered projects (upgrade them, disjoin to them, etc).

For more information refer to Registered projects.

Visualize Bex File

Launches the package visualizer to explore objects included on the .bex file. For more details refer to Package Visualizer.


Options in this tab are quick-access options presented according to the Module selected.

See the menu options sections below for description of the specific options in your project's implementation.



Shows the current options which you may edit for this environment.

For more information, refer to Environment Configuration.


Allows you to turn on the different trace files for Bizagi's execution.

For more information, refer to Error control and diagnostics.

Delete Cases

Deletes all existing cases in the current environment (for Development or Test only).

Admin Password

Allows you to change the Admon user password. If the password is not explicitly specified, the Admon user's password will be left as blank.



Allows you to browse our official documentation or to download it as a PDF.

Support Forums

Directs you to our support site, in which you may use the tickets platform or the free feedback forums.

Process Xchange

Directs you to our free Process Xchange in which you may browse and install our available process templates.


Directs you to our free feedback forums.

Tell a friend

Allows you to share information of with your friends.

Release Notes

Directs you to the official documentation Release Notes of the Bizagi version.

License Administration

Allows you to manage your Production environment licenses.

For more information, refer to Licenses.


Shows the current Bizagi version of your project.


Modules options

Options in modules allow you to administrate: The Scheduler and its jobs, external Systems, Security settings, Organizational user group definitions and a clustered environment.






This module presents options to manage the Scheduler and its Jobs.

The Scheduler is a service created in each Bizagi project, which will carry out certain jobs such as: sending alarms, triggering timers (activating timed delays), executing Replication, running custom jobs and Asynchronous Activities.

For more information about these options, refer to Manage Scheduled Jobs.



This module presents options to review or reconfigure settings in external systems integrated to the solution.

Within such external systems we find: Data providers for Replication and Virtualization, Interfaces for Web or REST services invocations, and ECM repositories.


For more information about these options, refer to External systems administration.



This module presents options to manage the Working Time Schema and User groups, defined in Bizagi Studio in development time.

Working Time Schema: to access this option right-click over the Organization icon and click Working Time Schema. This will display the wizard to manage schedules. All the other features included in Organization can be edited from Bizagi Studio and deployed to production if changes are required.

User groups: In the Management Console Users can be included or excluded from groups by clicking on the Properties option at the top.

If new user groups are needed, or existing ones need to be changed, they have to be created from Bizagi Studio and then deployed.





Changes in this module in the Production environment will not be persisted in the Development environment. We recommend to perform changes in both environments to keep them synchronized.




This module presents options to manage the Authentication, Authorization and LDAP configurations.

In the first deployment, the configuration of these options will be taken to Production. Henceforth, they will be in read-only mode in the Development environment.


Any authentication and LDAP configuration changes are done separately for each environment after the first deployment.

Any changes required for Authorization options, are going to be performed in the Development environment and then deployed to Production.


Servers Management

This module is presented only in a Production environment.

It presents the possibility to use features such as: adding new nodes to a clustered-Production environment, or moving your current Production server.


For more information, refer to Servers Management.