oh Bugger!, i had this the other day and no matter how many times or what i tried it would not go away, i did fix it by deleting a reg key, let me try and find it...
okey dokey... pic included...
you can either search Products for GlobalProtect or..
select each entry under Products and see if GlobalProtect exists as a "ProductName"
if it does then delete it.
please backup your Grandma and teach your Registry to suck eggs blah blah blah...
Thanks for your quick reply.
I had already searched the entire registry. Nothing is found. Also, I searched for it on my hard drive. Also negative. Even with a newly created user, I can not install Global Protect.
Best regards, Chris
Also.... go into services and make sure the windoze installer service is running, perhaps restart it if it already is....
other options here about re installing the windoze installer again..
Not sure if i can offer any further advice, the error is usually because of an update or re install of software so seems strange on a new install.
i would manually find another entry in the area of the registry and search for that, just to ensure your search format is correct.
did you also check out the link i posted, i see no response....
perhaps search the web ypurself for “the feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable”.
you will see many results but may need to find one that works for you.
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