Since some days ago I can't run the Server Manager, it fails like this:
Descripción: Stopped working Firma con problemas: Nombre del evento de problema: CLR20r3 Firma del problema 01: mmc.exe Firma del problema 02: 6.1.7600.16385 Firma del problema 03: 4a5bc808 Firma del problema 04: System.Management Firma del problema 05: 18.104.22.168 Firma del problema 06: 4ca2baf0 Firma del problema 07: 32f Firma del problema 08: 12b Firma del problema 09: System.IO.FileNotFoundException Versión del sistema operativo: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.272.7
There are other strange syntoms in the SO:
Hyper-V stopped working as well, fails to load any VM information
The desktop icons rearrange themselves all the time, and always on boot, after I move them. I use now an app that remembers their position to restore it...
Windows Update service dissapeared, along with BITS service, I managed to recover them and installed all updates availables today
I'm going nuts looking for information about these errors.
Solutions that didn't work:
sfc /scannow Doesn't complain about anything
All windows updates applied (after recovering missing Windows Update)
Only one error all the time:
Error (Id=0) System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x800706D9): No hay más extremos disponibles desde el asignador de extremos. (Excepción de HRESULT: 0x800706D9) en Microsoft.Windows.ServerManager.NativeMethods.INetFwPolicy2.IsRuleGroupCurrentlyEnabled(String group) en Microsoft.Windows.ServerManager.DirectResult.GetRemoteManagementEnabled()
In english : "There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper"
Where could I see which is the infamous file that mmc.exe is looking for in that System.IO.FileNotFoundException??
Please, any light on this would be much appreciated...
EDIT: It seems the Hyper-V role is the culprit of server manager not working. Uninstalling it from Powershell makes Server manager work again, but allows to do nothing until reboot. When rebooting it cant remove the role and the server manager fails all over again with the same FileNotFoundException.
EDIT2: Need a way to uninstall Hyper-V Role (even by brute force) or fix it (maybe finding the file missing somehow, ServerManager.log is of no use)
EDIT3: Still waiting for any help leading to solve the problem anyhow.