The only one of the options mentioned that did help was to re-install Windows, this left the start menu working. Don't be confused that it addresses another problem. Hope the blog post and the SpecialRoamingOverrideAllowed reg value it talks about helps you get the Start Menu issues sorted. Did you ever find a solution Kevin? The issue is present on all servers however so it seems an update is not going to resolve it. I will however test this when I am able to replicate the issue or if someone else calls me with the problem.
Not the answer you're looking for? If that doesn't work then there may be something else to it. Why continue on with additional steps once you have repaired the issue? After which you may have considerably more testing to perform in order to confirm proper operation than just checking on the Start menu function. Probably, I may be wrong with this statement, as I am new to Win Server 2016. It Left click on Windows Start button failed! Any time you follow a step to correct the root cause of a problem, always test to see if the symptoms have been resolved before you continue. I get it that Nano Server is all the rage but I don't need all this stuff and want a simple way to administer my server. Toggling the Start menu items to off restored the left-click functionality to normal.
I know the start menu does like to act up in Server 2016 and Windows 10 if it doesn't have enough graphics memory or a flaky driver. I've seen this sometimes happen when there are two explorer. Logging the user out and back in fixes this until next time. It might repair a setting anomaly, but totally removes your ability to capture or view the current system state since the reboot clears active settings. I have 80 servers right now and it's hit or miss which ones have the issue or not.
Yet the recent Microsoft Answer pages suggest that the problem is now rare rather than the commonality with which it was occurring shortly after Windows 10 commercial release. Tried to find any hints, Google, etc, but I find no documentation on this anywhere. May not be applicable if you have never remoted in from a tablet but it did the trick for me. This link redirects you to Tweakbit. When we first tested Server 2012, one of my technicians installed a 3rd-party Windows 7-like start button. Okay, if you are an experienced PowerShell user, apply your knowledge to diagnosing and repairing the problem.
After few years of working with Windows Server 2012 R2, I formatted my Personal Laptop and installed Windows Server 2016 as my Primary Operating System. This completely put the server out of commision because it was so slow. This will be fixed in XenApp and XenDesktop 7. Checkout the Users are encouraged to contribute to and grow our Wiki. Disclaimer Citrix is not responsible for and does not endorse or accept any responsibility for the contents or your use of these third party Web sites.
It never hurts to check. When it restarts, you should see a number of options. Keeping your test and repairs simple are always the better first steps. Read the before attempting this option. Citrix is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by Citrix of the linked Web site. This means that you really need to maintain your version updates, because both corrections and enhancements will continue to roll out continuously.
Provide details and share your research! This path offers a range of alternatives with Wizard and Menu guided selections to totally restore or rebuild your Operating System, including partial repairs and full wipe-and-load alternatives. Not making any difference in a server 2016 remote desktop environment for me. Right click on the Windows Start button. We could fix it by following. Articles will change from time and if information here is outdated or incorrect please let me know using the comments. Basically what I need is: A.
The remaining 4 are up to date and still experiencing these issues. Give this a shot before you try to repair or rebuild your entire system. I was playing with the settings, features of the Operating System by changing the background, power options etc. You click it with the left mouse button and nothing happens at all. You need to update your Windows 10 version.