NU3004: Failed to install package - unsigned packages from C:\

Hello all,

We have a problem with our robot.

We get the following error message when running unattended and also when running with the Assistant with some colleagues:
ailed to install package ‘0105_*’

RemoteException wrapping System.Exception: Failed to install package ‘0105_*’ —> RemoteException wrapping System.Exception: NU3004: Package ‘TinyCsvParser 2.5.2’ from source ‘C:\Program Files\UiPath\Studio\Packages’: signatureValidationMode is set to require, so packages are allowed only if signed by trusted signers; however, this package is unsigned.
NU3004: Package ‘System.Drawing.Primitives 4.3.0’ from source ‘C:\Program Files\UiPath\Studio\Packages’: signatureValidationMode is set to require, so packages are allowed only if signed by trusted signers; however, this package is unsigned.
NU3004: Package ‘NTextCat 0.3.65’ from source ‘C:\Program Files\UiPath\Studio\Packages’: signatureValidationMode is set to require, so packages are allowed only if signed by trusted signers; however, this package is unsigned.
NU3004: Package ‘BitMiracle.LibTiff.NET 2.4.649’ from source ‘C:\Program Files\UiPath\Studio\Packages’: signatureValidationMode is set to require, so packages are allowed only if signed by trusted signers; however, this package is unsigned.
NU3004: Package ‘BitMiracle.Docotic.Pdf 7.5.11645’ from source ‘C:\Program Files\UiPath\Studio\Packages’: signatureValidationMode is set to require, so packages are allowed only if signed by trusted signers; however, this package is unsigned.

— End of inner exception stack trace —
at UiPath.Service.Core.ProjectInstaller.InstallCore(InstallProjectCommand installCommand)
at UiPath.Service.Core.NetWindowsProjectInstaller.InstallAndProtect(InstallProjectCommand installCommand)
at UiPath.Service.Core.NetWindowsProjectInstaller.InstallCore(InstallProjectCommand installCommand)
at UiPath.Service.Core.Utils.RobotTelemetryExtensions.WithTelemetry[TResult](IRobotTelemetryClient container, Func1 internalFunc, RobotTelemetryOperationBase telemetryOperation, Action1 telemetryArgsFunc)
at UiPath.Service.Core.ProjectInstaller.InstallWithTelemetry(InstallProjectCommand installCommand)
at UiPath.Service.Core.ProjectInstaller.<>c__DisplayClass5_0.<b__0>d.MoveNext()
— End of stack trace from previous location —
at UiPath.Service.Core.ProjectInstaller.Install(InstallProjectCommand installCommand)
at UiPath.Service.Core.PackageService.InstallProcess(PublishedProcess process, ImpersonableIdentity identity, IRobot robot, CancellationToken ct)
at UiPath.Service.Job.InstallPackage(ImpersonableIdentity identity, CancellationToken ct)
at UiPath.Service.Job.PrepareForExecution(ImpersonableIdentity identity, CancellationToken ct)
at UiPath.Service.Job.UiPath.Service.Core.IExecutorEvents.ExecutorAvailable(ImpersonableIdentity identity, CancellationToken ct)
at UiPath.Service.Core.ExecutorService.Available(AvailableMessage availableMessage)
at UiPath.CoreIpc.Server.<>c__DisplayClass7_3.<<-ctor>g__InvokeMethod|6>d.MoveNext()
— End of stack trace from previous location —
at UiPath.CoreIpc.Server.<>c__DisplayClass7_1.<<-ctor>g__HandleRequest|3>d.MoveNext()
— End of stack trace from previous location —
at UiPath.CoreIpc.Server.<>c__DisplayClass7_2.<<-ctor>b__5>d.MoveNext()
— End of stack trace from previous location —
at UiPath.CoreIpc.Helpers.Timeout[TResult](TimeSpan timeout, List1 cancellationTokens, Func2 func, String message, Func`2 exceptionHandler)

We signed all packages again manually and loaded them into the orchestrator, but that didn’t help.

The packages are always read from the C. Drive.
Do you have a solution without deleting the packages from the C. drive for all users?

Best regards and many thanks

@SKAYMUE

Try copying the packages to the required user

cheers

Hi Anil, thanks:)
That would be more than 20 users and only IT admins can access the fileshare.
I would have to create an internal request for each one.

What I don’t understand is why it doesn’t go to the Orchestrator first and then to the C. drive as a backup?
All the packages are in the Orchestrator.

@SKAYMUE

Check the settings file and see whicha ctovity feed it is using

https://docs.uipath.com/robot/standalone/2022.10/user-guide/uipathsettings-file-description

Cheers