Copy NuGet Packages from Azure Storage Account to Another


We are currently running UiPath Orchestrator (2019.4.3) as an Azure App Service. We are building out a new Orchestrator system (2020.10.7) that runs on Azure Virtual Machines. The current Orchestrator stores its packages in an Azure storage account. We will be using a new Azure storage account for the new system.

How can we copy all packages over from the current system to the new one? Can we simply copy over all contents of the current storage account into the new one? I’m afraid it wont be that simple as it seems there are multiple versions of the packages under 3 different storage containers (all named like “orchestrator-####-####-####-####” pattern). I don’t see how the new Orchestrator will know how to read those container names.

Here is a screenshot of the current storage account that shows the container names:

Thanks for any help!


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