I have not tested this yet on my community install as I dont have access to it today, but logically this should work.
So every community edition installation will automatically create a windows environment variable and set a path value. The important part is that windows knows where your UiPath.Service.UserHost.exe is present.
So you could try to move the entire Folder “…\UiPath\app-20.4.3” to “G:\Software\DevTools”
Click on Start menu and search for environment variables. Open environment variables and update the path value of the existing “UIPATH_USER_SERVICE_PATH” variable.
Value = “G:\Software\DevTools\UiPath\app-20.4.3\UiPath.Service.UserHost.exe”
- Check your path variable is correct
- The file UiPath.Service.UserHost.exe exists in your moved folder.
Now try running UiPath. Fingers crossed!
Do update this thread if this worked