AVG Anti-Virus CloudCare Update failed – The update control file is missing

We received a failed update error on AVG CloudCare on the Server 2012 R2.

Error: Update Control File is Missing.

Tried reboot and that did not help.

Here is the fix for this error;

  • Open up AVG Control Panel from System Tray
  • Click Options –> Advanced Settings
  • Select “AVG Self Protection” from the side and un-tick the “Enable AVG Self Protection” check-box
  • Open Explorer and Delete the file C:\ProgramData\AVG2015\cfg\update.cfg
  • Restart your computer
  • Enable “AVG Self Protection”, click “Apply”
  • Now Click Update to complete the update successfully.

Hope this helps.

/RD

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Windows Server 2012 Essentials is primarily designed as a first server solution for small businesses that need support for up to 25 user accounts and up to 50 devices. But even beyond the first server scenario, Essentials provides a number of unique, value-added features, such as Remote Web Access and automatic client computer backup, that many customers and partners want to have available in larger environments.

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Apple – A letter from Tim Cook on Maps

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via Apple – A letter from Tim Cook on Maps.

The Magic of Doing One Thing at a Time – Tony Schwartz – Harvard Business Review

Great article..

It’s not just the number of hours we’re working, but also the fact that we spend too many continuous hours juggling too many things at the same time.

What we’ve lost, above all, are stopping points, finish lines and boundaries. Technology has blurred them beyond recognition. Wherever we go, our work follows us, on our digital devices, ever insistent and intrusive. It’s like an itch we can’t resist scratching, even though scratching invariably makes it worse.

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