Unable to Configure Connection to Rocket BlueZone emulator (error: ProviderNotInstalled)


I am attempting to connect UiPath to my terminal emulator, Rocket BlueZone, using the “terminal activities” package. Every time I try to connect, I get an error message stating “Provider Not Installed”

The Provider is definitely installed, as I can manually use the BlueZone emulator to access the terminal session on the same computer.

I feel pretty confident in my connection configurations also, whether I use an existing profile (a profile that works just fine when opened manually), or manually specifying the address, as I have validated that the address, port, and type are all correct.


It looks like in UiPath documentation, that versions 5.2+ of Rocket BlueZone are supported, and I have the most recent version (10.1). Anyone else experiencing something similar? Any help is appreciated.

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