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Windows could not connect to Group Policy Client services
im trying to open a program using ''Run as Administrator'' but windows say ''The system could not find the environment that was entered'' please HELP ME!!!!...
And another problem is ''Windows could not connect to Group Policy Client services''
ohhh was another bad day
I have got the same errormessage a couple of times recently, when i right-click on a desktop-icon (shortcut to CMD), on W7 64-bit.
This has never happened before so i´m starting to wonder if it might be caused by a Microsoft update recently....
If i try a second time, just a few seconds later, then it works normally.
This has only happened with the shortcut to CMD, never with any other program.
I already try it every time and i got the same massage
What happens if you try to run CMD "as administrator" ?
Last edited by hackerman1; 8th June 2016 at 12:58.
I got this massage "The system could not find the environment that was entered"
I assume you have both a STANDARD and an ADMIN account ?
Logout from the STANDARD-account, then login to your ADMIN-account.
Look for the paths for TMP & TEMP.
Are those correct, pointing to an existing folder ?
Can you access (open) that / those folder(s) ?
Last edited by hackerman1; 11th June 2016 at 13:10.
See these posts: One | Two.
Regarding the Windows could not connect to the Group Policy Client service error, you need to check your Registry key permission for:
The Owner should be Administrators.
Yes, that correct. the path is C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp
And i can open that file..
I cannot open regedit and i got this message :
The system could not find the environment option that was entered.
Please Help Me
16th June 2016, 02:43 #10
Sombody help me!!!!