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It’s hard to say what can be the problem here. As you mentioned it’s corporate machine. I think you should at first talk with your company IT, maybe they have some restriction through GPO applied.
I have the same problem.
Only before it worked for me then after a restart of the Computer I realized before that the projects were saved only in part or not saved (after having saved them carefully).
After Uipath Studio it didn’t work anymore.
I tried to Uninstall it and then reinstall it but nothing.
How can I proceed.
I tried to kill that process already, but I can’t find it in my list.
I did check the event viewer and see following error message.
Framework Version: v4.0.30319
Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.
Exception Info: NLog.NLogConfigurationException
at NLog.Config.XmlLoggingConfiguration.ParseLoggerElement(NLog.Config.NLogXmlElement, System.Collections.Generic.IList1<NLog.Config.LoggingRule>) at NLog.Config.XmlLoggingConfiguration.ParseRulesElement(NLog.Config.NLogXmlElement, System.Collections.Generic.IList1<NLog.Config.LoggingRule>)
at NLog.Config.XmlLoggingConfiguration.ParseNLogElement(NLog.Config.NLogXmlElement, System.String)
at NLog.Config.XmlLoggingConfiguration.ParseTopLevel(NLog.Config.NLogXmlElement, System.String)
at NLog.Config.XmlLoggingConfiguration.Initialize(System.Xml.XmlReader, System.String, Boolean)
at NLog.NLogTraceListener.ProcessLogEventInfo(NLog.LogLevel, System.String, System.String, System.Object, System.Nullable1<Int32>, System.Nullable1<System.Diagnostics.TraceEventType>, System.Nullable`1<System.Guid>)
at UiPath.Robot.Core.AppBootstrapper.OnWinAppStartup(System.Object, System.Windows.StartupEventArgs)
I’m not 100% sure but it still look for me rather like a local PC issue that something related to software. Meanwhile on platform.uipath.com there is new 2019.9.2 version available. Please try with it using this instruction:
@Pablito No same result. Are there things that I can check to find out what the problem could be? If I go to our infra team to check the GPO’s they will not be able to help me without more information.
Normally my machine should be in a “less restrictive” OU in our AD. Meaning that not all group policies apply to my machine. Mainly because I’m already developing in Visual Studio.
I don’t really know where to start looking for the issue. Any hints are welcome!
@Pablito Well I started looking a bit more in detail to the error messages that I saw in the event log. It was clearly pointing to NLog.
I’m a BizTalk developer myself and I have quite some things in the GAC of my machine because of that.
So I checked the version of the NLog DLL that was in the GAC (C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly\GAC_MSIL) and it seemed to be an older version than the one that is in the UiPath studio folder.
I put that version in the GAC and it works.