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Welcome to the ARIS Connect video tutorial ‘Process administration - Overview’.
Process administration provides information about executable processes as well as control and error handling functions.
To be able to use this, you need the ‘Process Governance administrator’ function privilege.
Depending on the selected process level and the menu item, various information and functions are available.
From a process instance, you can, for example, prioritize process instances, so that they are preferably executed.
From a process version, you can, for example, start the governance process or archive completed instances.
The superordinate menu items display information for all processes. The menue items in the information area apply only to the selected process.
The tasks of all executable processes are displayed in ‘Human Tasks’. You can display detailed information about a specific human task.
Here, you can send a reminder to the editors, you can display the assigned users for a human task, and you can delegate the human task.
‘Instances’ provides an overview of the process instances in the various statuses. Check if process instances failed. If required, correct and restart them. You can display selected instances or versions in the Explorer tree.
The variables used and their values can be shown for all processes, for a process version, or for a process instance.
‘Archive’ provides a list of the archived instances. To move archived instances back to the 'Instances' list, you can unarchive them.
To make the list more transparent, permanently delete archived instances that are no longer required.
‘Archive history’ displays the list of archiving executions.
‘Console’ can be displayed for all processes or a process instance. Log messages about process instance execution are displayed, as well as messages generated by the user interface when executing process instances.
Under ‘Details’, you are offered information on the process depending on the selected process level.
‘Context’ shows the process settings and the selected context.
‘History’ displays the activities performed by process instances. You can restart failed activities here. 
You can also check incoming and outgoing data of activities. To do so, select the relevant activity.
‘Activities’ shows active and failed activities of the executable process. You can skip failed activities.
You have seen which information and functions governance administrators can use to regulate the process in process administration. Further information is available in the help or the video tutorial ‘Find and correct problems in processes’.