Where can I find my nuget package once I publish my workflow

In my local machine where can I find once I publish the workflow. I would like to know how to use batch script to run the robot as I am not using orchestrator.


I think the default location locally is “C:\ProgramData\UiPath\Projects”. ProgramData is hidden typically, so you need to manually type the address in or change setting to show hidden files at Control Panel > Folder Options.

Unless, you are connected to an Orchestrator then it will be published on that location.

Also, if you need to run a batch script locally, you don’t even need to publish it technically, unless you are wanting the version control.



Hi CalytonM,
Could you please provide any reference or steps to run using batch script.



Or do a search for additional help. =)

You can place the script in a text file with extension .cmd or .bat to run it as a batch or do some searches online on creating command line batch scripts.


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I was able to find the all the packages of previous versions I had published in the %programdata%\UiPath\Projects folder, but ever since we updated to 2018.3.3 on the server the previous projects are not being stored there? I did some tracking around and found where the package can be downloaded through Orchestrator\Processes\Packages and see where I can download as a Nuget Package. I’ve downloaded the Nuget Package, but how do I open it back up to be the Main.xaml project that I can update or manipulate?


Have you checked the .nuget folder? (“C:\Users\<username>\.nuget”)


You are a rock star ClaytonM!!!

Right there it is thanks, after I hit Reply I seen it was a year since this forum was posted. Really glad you still responded.


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After publishing the workflow I am coping that nupkg package into another machine but I Cant find my workflow in another machine.
REQUIREMENT :As I am new to UIPath studio please explain me how I can add all dependencies in package so that the workflow should work in another machine.

@samvedana ,

Kindly take the entire project on the machine you want to run on to and thenin uipath studio go to manage packages ,download all the packages from all packages tab ,search and install all the project dependencies
then publish the package where ever required
if you don’t have uipath studio on the machine where you want to run the process
do it in the machine where you have developed it and then publish the same package
it will work on another machine as well

hope this answers your question


Hello @srishsai
please find the attached screen shot below.I have installed all the packages which are required.


Upgrade or downgrade the nuget package which is 1.0.3 which is not compatiable with .net 4.6.1
or alternative

you can also make sure you checked the .net 3.5.2 and 3.5.1 in the server manager

I can find all dependencies now, but I cant see my workflow.xmal file and screenshots
any suggestions

Hi ,

In which folder are you looking for the project?

I Have uploaded the screen shot where its showing as blank process.I should install that hp_data so that the workflow should exists by default.
hope you got my question

Hi @samvedana open the json file to know all the dependency.
and then go back another machine manually check if all the dependency are loaded else install them with same version.

The same issue was happening for me as well…i was not able to find the package in default location
c:\PragramData\UiPath\packages…After searching I found my package is getting created in my project folder in local…attached screenshot.

Resolution:- Once again I published the project but this time I changed it to custom URL and defined the path as DEFAULT location…Package is now generated to my default location.

Resolution.zip (362.8 KB)

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All my project folder are getting created under user accounts . Is there any solution to download my workflow code in my desired location.

By “project folder” do you mean where the .xamls are saved when you create a new project? or do you mean where the nuget package gets published to?

I have been looking for the ProgramData folder for hours. I did not know that the folder is typically hidden. Thanks for the help!

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