At Library > Projects, you can configure and manage Projects. You can combine Modules into a Project if you find yourself repeatedly scheduling the same sequence of Modules. By combining several Modules into one Project, the Modules in the Project can be scheduled as one Job instead of a series of separate Jobs.


  • Use the Folders tab to group Projects in folders. Grouping Projects in folders can be useful in large environments and multi-tenant Ivanti Automation sites to easily locate any Projects you have created and also to create folders for various needs.
  • If you delete a folder, its contents will be deleted as well.
  • Use the Projects tab to view a alphabetical list of all Projects, without the folder structure.
  • To create a duplicate of a Project, select it and click Duplicate in the command bar. Creating duplicates of a Project is useful when you need to create a new Project that only slightly differentiates from an already existing Project. By changing the values and settings of a duplicated Project, you can customize it to your needs. This saves configuration time.
  • When saving the Project, the Version Control window will be opened. This window makes it possible to configure the versioning of changes to the Module. The availability of this window depends on the global setting Use automatic versioning.
  • After updating a Project, a notification window will open if the Project is used in a scheduled Job. Provided you have sufficient permissions to the Scheduling node, you can use this window to open the scheduled Job and make changes, if necessary.

When configuring a Project:

  • Use the Properties tab to specify a name and an optional description for the Project.
  • Use the Modules tab to manage the Modules in the Project.
  • Use the Current Resulting Tasks tab to view the combination of all Tasks of all Modules in the Project.
  • Use the Project Parameters tab to manage the Module parameters in the Project.
  • Use the Usage tab to view in which Run Book(s) and/or Team(s) the Project is used.
  • Use the Job History tab to view details of Jobs in which the Project was used and to reschedule these Jobs if necessary.
  • Use the Versioning tab to view a list of changes made to the Project, including all known versions of the Project.
  • Use the Permissions tab to view the level of access that Console users have to the Project.