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Firefox was not presently installed on this system so I dismissed it as a possible culprit. I searched the registry for "firefox" and removed each entry. Same thing for the Streaming clients.To resolve it, the steps from http://www.broadbandreports.com/forum/r19774310-Citrix-error worked a treat. 1) Uninstall FireFox (I had 2.0.011 installed)2) Make whatever change to the Citrix Client (uninstall, install HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Mozilla HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Mozilla Cheers, John 1363-92420-1514795 Back to top steve technos Members #27 steve technos 1 posts Posted 01 September 2011 - 04:33 PM I have been having the same problem for weblink

A quick search in the registry showed many references to Firefox (plug-ins, resources, and network protocols). Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Many of the network protocols were still being redirected to Firefox since (at least the version I had) it hadn't respected the levels of indirection in the registry for these values Caution: Be sure to performa a complete backup of the registry prior to making any changes.

Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location

BTW - I think the values for and Personal and Printhood shown for Vista in "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders" are the wrong way round. Error 1606. And BTW - since Firefox hadn't respected the levels of indirection the standard windows tools to reset File Type Associations don't fix the problems. Error 1606 This is the guide I followed, and it worked perfectly for me.Thanks for all the help Citrix! :D 1363-92420-1578479 Back to top Report abuse Page 2 of 2

Firefox has a messy uninstall. Possibly installing and deinstalling IE may have fixed it more effectively. Jump to content Citrix Citrix Discussions Log In Citrix.com Knowledge Center Product Documentation Communities Blogs All CategoriesAppDNAArchived Products (includes End of Life)Citrix CloudCitrix Connector for System CenterCitrix Developer ExchangeCitrix Developer Network Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location Appdata After a reboot this then allowed the installer that previously wouldn't run to run succesfully.Obviously hacking the registry in this way is extremely dangerous and I'm sure I may well have

If you set them as shown "documents" on the start menu becomes something else entirely.This didn't cure the problem for me so I generated an install log for the failing MSIexec After further Google'ing with no results, I decided to search the registry. Various pieces of software that either won't uninstall or install successfully. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/886549 I also simply deleted any references to Firefox Plug-ins and Resources.

This didn't cure the problem for me even though it was clear that my registry was wrongly configured in the areas mentioned. Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location Public Desktop All Rights Reserved Privacy & Terms After a reboot of the machine I was able to successfully complete the Citrix Client install. 1363-92420-756232 Back to top KEITH CUILLARD Members #24 KEITH CUILLARD 11 posts Posted 08 October I was quite surprised to find that the 1606 errors related to Firefox which, coincidentally, I had deinstalled not long before.

Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location Windows 7

I found that Firefox had been installed and removed. Could not access network location components Started by Lee Benet , 30 July 2007 - 11:35 AM Login to Reply Page 2 of 2 1 2 26 replies to this Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location I've spent some time looking at this and it seems to be some general nastiness with MSI and/or Firefox on Vista.The first thing I tried was the following http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886549 which clearly Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location 0 However, this may help others come up with a full solution to what is looks like a Mozilla / MSIexec issue.

Several functions may not work. have a peek at these guys Or even installing and deinstalling (or simply reinstalling) Firefox. For anyone else that is having this problem, I think you should look at this site for more info. Either way - hope this helps......... 1363-92420-717210 Back to top Tracey Keogh Members #22 Tracey Keogh 260 posts Posted 09 April 2008 - 02:20 PM Hi All, I had this issue Error 1606 Could Not Access Network Location Systemdrive Inetpub Wwwroot