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Error #106189

Error 1606. Could not access network location components.

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This was with the Citrix ICA client (XenApp). I resolved this by temporarily renaming my Mozilla registry keys during the install and then renaming them back. It seems to be a conflict with Firefox.

I closed Firefox and renamed

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Mozilla
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Mozilla

to

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\xMozilla
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\xMozilla

(notice the "xMozilla") and it hid the keys from the ICA client install and worked fine.

Apr 24, 2009

Comments

could not access network location components

user72537 Jul 09, 2009

Hey guys, I just ran a tool called ccleaner after uninstalling firefox. The citrix webclient installed fine afterwared. xod

user74159 Jul 22, 2009

GREATE JOB !!! thanks many times

user86932 Dec 10, 2009

Thank you! -Ivan

user88032 Dec 23, 2009

The CCLEANER tool worked for me Thanks

user90754 Jan 25, 2010

Thank´s

user93659 Mar 03, 2010

I had the same problem this week and the problem was with Mozilla. Many thanks for this solution.

user107836 Aug 10, 2010

Thank you very much! It works!

user111465 Nov 11, 2010

I had the same problem on Vista Home Premium (32 bit). Though the Citrix installation logs were showing many different info, your solution worked perfectly!! Brownies to you :-)

user114320 Feb 07, 2011

I DON'T EVEN HAVE FIREFOX HELP ME GUYS!! PLZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!

user114430 Feb 11, 2011

One of our users has this problem but it seems to recur every couple of months (firefox updates perhaps??)

user114883 Mar 04, 2011

Removing the Mozilla key solved it for me!

user123348 Aug 04, 2011

Unbelievable, the Citrix install needs a little professional tweeking. This fixes the issue.

user124509 Oct 22, 2011

THank you very much. The CCleaner tip made my day.

user132013 Dec 12, 2011

Thanx! It`s work for me!

user150773 May 31, 2012

It works

user207618 Feb 03, 2013