Adobe Reader error 1014 solved

When I try to open PDF file directly from browser, it fails and I get this error message: There is a problem with Adobe Acrobat/Reader. If it is running, please exit and try again. (1014:1014) Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe and right click Acrobat Reader DC. Pick Properties, navigate to Security tab. Click Edit and add permission for “ALL APPLICATION PACKAGES” to Read & execute. … Continue reading Adobe Reader error 1014 solved

Remove Firewall rules from vCenter Server Appliance 6.7

I am completely stupid, I fiddled with firewall settings of VCSA and now I am locked out. What do I do? Don’t worry, it can be fixed. But first, we need to get in. Since you are locked out of the web interface, you will need to use the Shell. Log in to the host, where the VCSA virtual machine resides and open up the … Continue reading Remove Firewall rules from vCenter Server Appliance 6.7

Should I install KB4462177?

The KB4462177 security update mainly patches up security hole in Microsoft Office 2010. It is meant for standalone version of Office 2010 only, not for Click-to-run edition or Office 365 Home. What does it do? There is a vulnerability in Microsoft Excel (CVE-2019-0669) which could be exploited to disclose contents of memory. The attacker could create a special malicious document and persuade victim to open … Continue reading Should I install KB4462177?

PatchCleaner – clean up the windows/installer directory

Imagine you are in my shoes. I have 120 GB SSD with 10 GB of free space. The computer was installed 4 years ago and later upgraded to Windows 10. I install and uninstall a lot of stuff. I found out that folder “installer” hidden in my “windows” directory is taking up 18 GB. What can I delete safely? PatchCleaner, freeware tool by HomeDev, comes … Continue reading PatchCleaner – clean up the windows/installer directory