Struck an issue with a Windows 2012 Server with VS2012 installed trying to open SQL 2012 Management Studio giving the error:
“Cannot find one or more components. Please reinstall the application”
After having tried a heap of combination of things, installing SQL 2014 Management Studio, uninstalling, reinstalling… Then repairing VS2012, installing SQL 2014 Management Studio again. All to no avail.
What finally got me over the line was to uninstall the Visual Studio 2010 Shell, this was done by downloading the installer from this link: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=1366
Once downloaded, run the installer and remove the VS2010 Shell component. Once done, run the SQL 2014 Management Studio installer or do a repair on your existing installation, this will itself reinstall the VS2010 Shell components.
Then bam, it finally opened for me.
I have been meaning to put something together to explain to people that it’s not all the difficult to backup your data in the ‘cloud.’ And with Amazon Glacier costing $0.012 per Gb per month (that’s $10.20 per TB per month!!), there are no excuses now. This price is likely to fall in the coming years as Google continues their price war with Amazon in the cloud computing arena.
It does not come without its caveats though, number one being that upload speeds blow chunks in Australia, an average connection seeing barely 1Mbps, which works out to around 150KB/s, which is not that fast when you’ve got Gigabytes of photos to back up. But, persist with it, it’s well well worth doing.
Also remember too that Amazon Glacier it meant to be an archive, it cannot be treated like an online cloud drive. Once you upload data it is immediately archived, if you require access to data uploaded to an Amazon Glacier Vault, you need to first ask Amazon to retrieve this data, which takes up to 3-4 hours to complete and also comes at a small cost for retrieval.
If there’s anything in the guide that does not make sense or needs some more clarification, please do let me know.
Enjoy your cheap peace of mind for your precious data.
Amazon Glacier Cloud Storage Guide