I’m facing the problem that my company is blocking all connections to the anaconda website due to license violations. I’m wondering, is there a way to use the robocorp framework without an internet connection? On the website and in this forum, I did not found any article about that topic.
Hello Fabian, welcome to forum
For this case you could use pre-built environments Environment validation and hardening | Robocorp documentation
For this you can set up your environment somewhere with required accesses and then deploy to restricted enviroment
Sorry for the late response. I have tried your solution and I was able to run a robot with rcc-commands in cmd. But the extension in vs-code was still not activated and I couldn’t get a robot running in vs code.
After I deactivated the company vpn it activated the extension. That workaround is in the gray zone, so probably not the best solution for my problem. Is there a way to activate the vs code extension without internet access?
Yes, you can use Robocorp offline for development after an initial setup with internet access. However, for production, you need an internet connection to use Robocorp’s Control Room.
Thanks & Cheers!!!
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