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Upgrade to K2 Five detects legacy component that does not exist

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You are unable to remove the legacy component when using K2 setup manager.


When trying to upgrade, the installer blocks you from upgrading until the unsupported component is removed.

Trying to remove the component via the installer fails.

Trying to remove the component via windows program and features is also unsuccessful.


To resolve this, please log a ticket a support with K2.

Support can provide a tool that removes the missing component from registry.

This will allow the setup\upgrade to complete successfully.