I’m having the following issue with installing project dependencies.
I developed a project on my local machine using
UiPath Studio 21.4.4 Community Edition and am wanting to transfer it to a virtual machine (VM) that has
UiPath Studio 20.10.2 Enterprise Edition installed on it. I’ve copied the project folder and pasted it onto the VM. Upon opening the project on the VM, Studio attempts to restore dependencies until it runs into this error. As a side note, the VM does have proxy inspection.
I’ve tried the following by tinkering with the packages but they did not resolve my issue:
Uninstalling and reinstalling from the package manager within Studio.
Copying the package files/folders from my local machine’s
C:\Users\*\.nuget\packagesfolder and pasting them in the VM respective folder.
Changing and ensuring the feeds (
https://gallery.uipath.com/api/v2) exist in the Studio package manager package sources.
Manually installing packages from MyGet such as
https://www.myget.org/feed/workflow/package/nuget/UiPath.Excel.Activities/2.11.0-previewand placing them in the folder referenced in the second bullet point or uploaded straight to Orchestrator.
Changing the dependencies/versions in the
project.jsonfile to lower versions.
My understanding is that the issue is likely local and due to the network configurations with the VM, so I’ve also tried to whitelist
https://www.myget.org/F/workflow/ on the Windows Firewall by adding inbound/outbound rules, but had no luck. I can also download the package manually on the machine without issue.
Below are similar forum topics from where I found the suggestions that I’ve attempted.
Please let me know if you might have some knowledge on how to solve this issue or how I may workaround it.