Here you go. Hope this helps:
EDIT: Earlier today I did a search through my registry and deleted everything I could find relating to Omniverse (after deleting everything again). A few entries were not delete-able, though. Anyway, I also downloaded the latest Omniverse Launcher and reinstalled using that.
In an earlier version I reported a bug where the launcher would demand my content be in the default location on the C drive and even though I changed it to my D drive which has far more space, it jus kept on defaulting back to the default path you set. You said that in a very near future you would fix that problem since you were able to reproduce it and I assumed that was done already… however, the launcher no longer forces me to reselect my install path each time and when I go into settings the path is fine everywhere… until I try to install something new, then it still defaults to the C: path you hardcoded.
So, just to get things rolling again, I eventually changed my paths to my C: (so I now have like 100Gb space for my Drive/Cache to share with whatever else I do with my PC, even though you warn this could easily require Terabytes). My hope was that since I restored all settings to default before uninstalling and manually cleaning out the registry, hopefully NOW when I install the launcher it will ask me my paths again during installation…
Instead it seems I found a bug in the Launcher instead. First off, installation never asked me to pick the paths for the library and cache etc. It just used what I had before. Clearly uninstall did not do a good enough job of uninstalling. Next, though, I decided to reinstall all the elements I had deleted and found that as soon as I start downloading a new one, rather than adding it to the queue it starts downloading immediately and pauses the other stuff being downloaded. Once downloading and installation of the latest item is complete the other items stay paused and thus I cannot download the rest. (Or maybe it was just Machinema?)
Closing Omniverse and restarting made it think it is still busy with Machinema and so it started to download the entire thing again. I tried to pause the download but pausing did nothing… until I spam clicked it to get the “Really stop?” button come up… which also required spam clicking to make it stop downloading the already installed app.
I will check later on if the other packages at least work now even if without a Nucleus. Can Drive work without being signed in to a server? Can I thus export from Character Creator 3 and import into UE5? If so I guess I can live without Nucleus and just insist the people who collaborate with me do so via wifi, adding my machine to their File Explorer shortcuts to load/save content directly onto/from my PC. Obviously, though, this is far from ideal but Nucleus does NOT want to play nice and even the Launcher clearly has difficulties uninstalling itself or just starting a fresh install when I run the installer. Sacrifices seem to be the order of the day.