Could Not Find Component On Update Server

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A vCenter Server Java Components Update wizard opens. Click Patch All. The patch checks whether the Java components and the vCenter Server tc Server components are up to date and silently updates.

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After making a reference image of a Windows 8.1 installation and updating it, we wanted to clean up the installation. There are a few methods that can be used, such as using Disk Cleanup GUI and select Windows Update Cleanup, or run the StartComponentCleanup (found under MicrosoftWindowsServicing) in Task Scheduler but using the CLI to achieve this is much cooler and you have stronger options.

As shown in the picture, we have updated the computer with all latest patches with PowerShell, see my previous post. And after no more updates are available we used DISM to clean up everything. Here I will show 3 options to clean up the system:

This option is the same as using the Task Scheduler method, but now the updated components are immediately deleted. If had used the task, it will only clean up if the updated components are longer then 30 days installed on the system.

This one is my favorite to use after installing a new system. The /ResetBase switch option also deletes all superseded versions of every component in the component store. A warning if you want to use it on systems in production: All existing service packs and updates cannot be uninstalled after this command is completed. But this option will not block the uninstallation of service packs or updates installed later on.

This one is useful after installing a service pack on your system. The /SPSuperseded switch option removes all backup components needed to uninstall the service pack. Also a sidenote here, you cannot remove the service pack anymore after using this command.

Could Not Find Component On Update Server Vmware Tools Catalina

Of course, there are more options possible with DISM and maybe you need to change the switch options a bit, here is the help output for /Cleanup-Image:

Update: Windows 10 build 10547 output of the DISM /Cleanup-Image command:

Update

It looks like only the version number is altered and that the same commands can be used in Windows 10.

A running instance of Acrobat has caused an error

In Acrobat, trying to use a tool or feature results in one of the following errors:

'A running instance of Acrobat has caused an error.'

Reason: The error occurs when an already launched instance of Acrobat is busy or in a hang state and you try to perform some operation from outside Acrobat, for example, opening a PDF file by double-clicking.

To resolve the problem, try the following solutions in the order they appear below.

Solution 1: Quit Acrobat and kill the previously running Acrobat

  1. Do one of the following to open the Task Manager:

    • Right-click Windows Taskbar and then click Task Manager.
    • Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys together and then click Task Manager.
  2. Right-click Adobe Acrobat and then click End Task.

  3. Close Task Manager.

    Relaunch Acrobat and see whether the problem is resolved. If not, try the next solution.

  1. Open the Windows Registry Editor:

    1. Click Start > Run.
    2. Type Regedit in the Open field and then click OK.
  2. Navigate to the following registry key:
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTacrobatshellopenddeexecapplication

  3. Take a backup: Right-click the Application key and then click Export. In the Export Registry File dialog box, enter a file name and click Save.

  4. Change the value of the key from AcroViewA20 to AcroViewR20 (where the last two digits or numbers depend on the Acrobat version installed on your computer; For example, for Acrobat 2020, it will be 20):

    1. Double-click the Default under Name. The Edit String dialog box is displayed.
    2. In the Value data field, change the value to AcroViewR20 and then click OK.
  5. Close the Registry Editor by clicking the Closeicon (X) at the upper-right corner of the dialog box.

    Relaunch Acrobat and see whether the problem is resolved. If not, try the next solution.

Solution 3: Update Acrobat to the latest version

  • To automatically update from Acrobat, choose Help > Check for updates. Follow the steps in the Updater window to download and install the latest updates.
    Relaunch Acrobat and see whether the problem is resolved. If not, try the next solution.

Acrobat or the resources it depends upon could be damaged. Try repairing Acrobat as follows:

  • Run repair from within Acrobat: Choose Help > Repair Installation.

Vmware Could Not Find Component Update Server

  1. Check whether an Anti-virus program is installed on the machine.

  2. If yes, disable the program. Check whether the problem is resolved.

    If the problem is resolved, report the problem to the corresponding vendor.