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    alon1205 got a reaction from Deedrakaf in Run the latest version of WRC and crippled the system   
    Dear all.
    Last night, we updated the WRC to the version 8.21.536 on the Windows 2008 R2 host.
    All of the suddent it showed a lot of errors on the run, which it reported as fixed. That is when problems begun.
    There is a backup feature and restore, which used, but it doesnt really help.
    Looks like the environment is totallys screwed up, even if we restore backup copis of the registry from different dates in the past 1 month (there were no changes to the system).
    We could not get Admin Tools to run, had to specify manually the mmc.exe is the util to open all the tools.
    We can not start bunch of services, for example the print spooler give us the error:
    Windows could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified"
    The same goes for VSS and some other services. We need to make it through the day, after which we can retire the machine, the new environment is almost ready.
     
    Does anyone explerience similar issue over the past 2-3 days with the latest version?
     
    Regards,
    Alex
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    alon1205 got a reaction from Allieplaums in Run the latest version of WRC and crippled the system   
    Dear all.
    Last night, we updated the WRC to the version 8.21.536 on the Windows 2008 R2 host.
    All of the suddent it showed a lot of errors on the run, which it reported as fixed. That is when problems begun.
    There is a backup feature and restore, which used, but it doesnt really help.
    Looks like the environment is totallys screwed up, even if we restore backup copis of the registry from different dates in the past 1 month (there were no changes to the system).
    We could not get Admin Tools to run, had to specify manually the mmc.exe is the util to open all the tools.
    We can not start bunch of services, for example the print spooler give us the error:
    Windows could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified"
    The same goes for VSS and some other services. We need to make it through the day, after which we can retire the machine, the new environment is almost ready.
     
    Does anyone explerience similar issue over the past 2-3 days with the latest version?
     
    Regards,
    Alex
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    alon1205 got a reaction from AntoinePn in Run the latest version of WRC and crippled the system   
    Dear all.
    Last night, we updated the WRC to the version 8.21.536 on the Windows 2008 R2 host.
    All of the suddent it showed a lot of errors on the run, which it reported as fixed. That is when problems begun.
    There is a backup feature and restore, which used, but it doesnt really help.
    Looks like the environment is totallys screwed up, even if we restore backup copis of the registry from different dates in the past 1 month (there were no changes to the system).
    We could not get Admin Tools to run, had to specify manually the mmc.exe is the util to open all the tools.
    We can not start bunch of services, for example the print spooler give us the error:
    Windows could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified"
    The same goes for VSS and some other services. We need to make it through the day, after which we can retire the machine, the new environment is almost ready.
     
    Does anyone explerience similar issue over the past 2-3 days with the latest version?
     
    Regards,
    Alex
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    alon1205 got a reaction from JoryikEn in Run the latest version of WRC and crippled the system   
    Dear all.
    Last night, we updated the WRC to the version 8.21.536 on the Windows 2008 R2 host.
    All of the suddent it showed a lot of errors on the run, which it reported as fixed. That is when problems begun.
    There is a backup feature and restore, which used, but it doesnt really help.
    Looks like the environment is totallys screwed up, even if we restore backup copis of the registry from different dates in the past 1 month (there were no changes to the system).
    We could not get Admin Tools to run, had to specify manually the mmc.exe is the util to open all the tools.
    We can not start bunch of services, for example the print spooler give us the error:
    Windows could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified"
    The same goes for VSS and some other services. We need to make it through the day, after which we can retire the machine, the new environment is almost ready.
     
    Does anyone explerience similar issue over the past 2-3 days with the latest version?
     
    Regards,
    Alex
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    alon1205 got a reaction from AlexissEn in Run the latest version of WRC and crippled the system   
    Dear all.
    Last night, we updated the WRC to the version 8.21.536 on the Windows 2008 R2 host.
    All of the suddent it showed a lot of errors on the run, which it reported as fixed. That is when problems begun.
    There is a backup feature and restore, which used, but it doesnt really help.
    Looks like the environment is totallys screwed up, even if we restore backup copis of the registry from different dates in the past 1 month (there were no changes to the system).
    We could not get Admin Tools to run, had to specify manually the mmc.exe is the util to open all the tools.
    We can not start bunch of services, for example the print spooler give us the error:
    Windows could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified"
    The same goes for VSS and some other services. We need to make it through the day, after which we can retire the machine, the new environment is almost ready.
     
    Does anyone explerience similar issue over the past 2-3 days with the latest version?
     
    Regards,
    Alex
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