Insights installation - 'Http failure response for 400 OK'

I’m trying to install Insights on-prem. I’m using Orchestrator 20.10.6 with Insights 20.10.0

Install went OK but when I navigate to the Insights tab in the orchestrator GUI i get the following error: “Http failure response for 400 OK”

I made sure that the insights link ( properly loads into a chrome browser in the Orchestrator VM and is not giving certificate errors.

I cheked that the SQL user i used has db_owner privileges over the Insights database, which is the case, so that’s ruled out too.

I do notice, however, that when I Navigate in Server Management Studio to the Insights database, no new tables where created after installation, which seems odd:

I tried re-enabling Insights from the UiPath.InsightsAdminTool in the Insights VM, and the process gets completed but sends a “Could not setup tenant” message:

I tried re-enabling Insights using the admin tool through the command prompt; but it’s giving me “invalid object name” errors for a couple of what I assume are non-existing tables:

I navigated to the url contained in the error message and getting the following error: **{“message”:"Failure on Insights DB query ",“errorCode”:3007,“resourceIds”:null} **

Most probably it’s a problem with the Insights Database; I would like to try building the database schema manually, as the installer doesn’t seem to be doing the trick.

Does anyone know how to go about creating this schema / have another suggestion? I’m kind of stuck and would appreciate any input.

Hi Jonathan, you might need to double check your insights DB connectionstring in both Orchestrator web.config and Insight config. From the error, seem like the DB connectionstring was not match either in orchestrator or insights server. Also ensure the username and password are inserted correctly. Other wise, you might need to remove the DB again and reconfigure in Insights.

Secondly, make sure the Orchestrator SSL cert is installed in Insights trusted root store and also Insights SSL cert is installed in Orchestrator trusted root store.