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This is usually the result of one of a few things:
1) Java update needed on the server.
2) Java update needed on the client.
3) Java cache needs to be cleared on the client.
If you can get to the command line on the server, you can use that to stop your databases and the server process before doing any updates. Check the Server docs for specific instructions.
Thanks so much Mike!! Latest version of Java installed and I have my Admin Console back.
I forgot about the command prompt. Which is silly since that is how I managed my server for a week the last time I has issues with Java.
(Sorry, I accidently marked "helpful" answer instead of "correct" so you missed out on two points. My bad .)