After Windows INSTALLED A NEW REALEASE [AUTO] My Apps started missing

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       #11

    I finally created 2 ISO's just in case but never got from Microsoft as it would never get past 0% but found another source.

    Can you at least point me to a post to take the next step?

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       #12

    but never got from Microsoft as it would never get past 0% but found another source.
    Do not understand. You say you have the iso's - so those downloaded. Please explain. Thanks.
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       #13

    Hello @jagman,

    jagman said:
    I finally created 2 ISO's just in case but never got from Microsoft as it would never get past 0% but found another source.
    Did you see @dalchina's Post #10 here? =>

    After Windows INSTALLED A NEW REALEASE [AUTO] My Apps started missing
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       #14

    Hmm...

    The only thing that happened to me on 2004 was after the final install reboot, the desktop background image was missing.
    Just on one system.

    Strange.

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       #15

    There was an issue with some recipients of 2004 (may apply to older versions, not sure) where the application image listing in the registry was appended with a debug key, the result was trying to start the app brought up a generic Windows error message claiming the application could not be run/ does not exist.
    This was reported on by Bleepingcomputer.com and ZDNet I believe. Could this be the op's issue?
    Recent Windows 10 updates block programs from running
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