We updated from Orchestrator 2019.10 to 2020.10 and utilize an on-premise solution currently. When we upgraded, we got new versions of many of the main libraries like UiPath.System.Activities 20.10.1 and UiPath.UiAutomation.Activities 20.10.6, etc. However, the sub-dependencies that those main libraries rely on like Newtonsoft.Json and Microsoft.Bcl.AsyncInterfaces did not come over. Because we are a credit union that deals with sensitive member information, we restrict access to Myget and Nuget internally and the bots cannot simply download required packages from those sites.
Can anyone recommend a process for ensuring that we can get the required dependencies and sub-dependencies to our end users so that we can take advantage of new library versions and their functionality? I’ve been in touch with UiPath support and the initial suggestion was to edit two text files and remove any reference to Myget or Nuget from them but we would have to deploy that to all of our current end user machines and virtual machines and that still doesn’t answer the question of how to get all of the sub-dependencies we need into Orchestrator.
Please let me know if you require any clarification.