Server Manager Error on Refresh of Roles & Features Summary

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    • #43412
      Anonymous

      When I attempt to refresh the Roles and Features Summary portions of the Server Manager I get the error “Unexpected error refreshing Server Manager; the component store has been corrupted. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80073712)”

      I am running Windows Server 2008 Standard.

    • #47446
      Arris
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      First be sure you haven’t tried any Activation cracks on your OS. If you did, probably that is the problem. Otherwise, you can try to find a solution at the Microsoft Technet Forums in the Windows Server : Management section or create a thread there so other Microsoft Professionals can help you.

      Good luck! 🙂

    • #47447

      I’m having this problem too. I just reinstalled Windows Server 2008 again after it was giving me some weird problems.

      I’m starting to suspect my hard drive, which would suck royally.

    • #47448

      Hi guys,

      I had exactly the same error as you explain but managed to solve by following the following post. Hope it helps.

      http://capitalhead.com/articles/unexpected-error-refreshing-server-manager-errors-0x800706be-and-1601-on-window-server-2008-r2.aspx

    • #47449

      @jack Flash wrote:

      When I attempt to refresh the Roles and Features Summary portions of the Server Manager I get the error “Unexpected error refreshing Server Manager; the component store has been corrupted. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80073712)”

      I am running Windows Server 2008 Standard.

      probably solution 1 :

      Start-> run ( as admin ) : dcomcnfg.exe

      make sure it looks like this here – if not, change settings like in this screen :

      properties of “My Computer” in DCOM config ( Server manager uses distributed com )

      reboot might required !

      – Check also Services.msc that dcom and MSDTC ( Distributed Transaction Coordinator ) is enabled and set to automatic –

      probably solution 2 :

      also make sure that you have not set some incorrect values for refreshing of Server manager in gpedit.msc , if there is a manual timeout for refreshing given then set it to “not configured” and reboot.

      Otherwise see MS Knowledgebase .. they have lots of private Hotfixes for Vista/2008 and Win7 available which you can request for free to be mailes to your email. ( Files that will go into the next SP but are not on Windows Update ) – its an automated solution, no MS employee will contact you . They do it this way so that not the average joe will run windows with unsupported files installed ( too much or wrong hotfixes can cause issues of cause .. its a support matter ) .

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