Process migration issue with dependencies

Hello folks,

I have a small process that I built out in version 18.2.2 and today I decided to download and install the latest and greatest Version 18.4.1 (these are both community editions by the way). The install went fine enough and I was able to create a test process. The issue occurred when I pulled all of the process files for my solution over to the new version. I have dependency issues…

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All of this seems to spark failure to retrieve nuget packages…

When I compare between the environments with the two versions this process is definitely looking for an older version of these packages for these activities than what is on the machine…

When I try and upgrade those dependencies to the newest versions it fails with the same set of errors/ warnings as listed above

As a note on the errors, the vast majority of them are on the order of this…

Could not find type ‘Comment’ in namespace ‘http://schemas.uipath.com/workflow/activities’. Row: 87, Column: 6

And…

Could not find type ‘InvokePowerShell(PSDriveInfo)’ in namespace ‘http://schemas.uipath.com/workflow/activities’. Row: 101, Column: 8

Which I assume is due to the fact that a lot of dependency packages are missing but there are three errors that stand out…

Failed to download package ‘RestSharp.105.0.1’ from ‘https://www.myget.org/F/workflow/api/v2/package/RestSharp/105.0.1’.
An error occurred while sending the request.
The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.

That guy appears once at the beginning and twice at the end of the error Output Window.

I’m not entirely sure where to go with this, I considered pulling the packages folder up from the lower version but that seems unwieldly and kind of dumb but it it might work I guess any thoughts?

Perhaps it was less dumb than I thought.

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I copied that over and then everything just sorted itself out. Powershell execution policy not withstanding the process is running.

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