After rechecking all the steps and values restart your system. Read It appears that I was unclear about what we need to work on this machine. Hope this helps and feel free to comment below if you have any thoughts or further questions. It is the most important path and you have to look at the values present in the files. Have you checked the logs on the Domain Controller? I think that I found the solution to this worked for me anyway. Anyway, in that re-booting thereafter always opened using a temp profile, I was effectually ostracized from using the majority of my programs, email, etc. Find the profile for the account that can't log in and delete it.
This is a much cleaner and easier fix than unjoining from the domain and rejoining to the domain. A similar issue occurred at my workplace, however it was only one user logging on that was failing to a certain machine, the rest were able to. Your problem should be fixed by now. Method 1 This issue may occur if the user profile is corrupt; I would suggest you to follow the steps mentioned in the link below to fix corrupt user profile- Steps include copying the files and settings from the existing profile to the new one by doing this all the settings and will be in-place. If you encounter a problem starting the computer, you can start the computer in safe mode. The school has Win 7 and Sever 2008 R2. Therefore an error is caused by group policy that fails to respond or stops running.
Searching this on the net gave a lot of answers but none of them seemed to solve it. Find the profile for the account that can't log in and delete it. I used the following steps to correct the problem. Restart the machine and logon with a machine administrator account. I'm not sure when it started but they have been students for years.
Thanks, Are all of the clients on the same campus as the domain controller? You need to add all three and then give them full control in the Permissions section. Method 2: Restart the Group Policy Service — Restarting these services may resolve The Group Policy Client Service Failed the Logon Access is Denied problem. If all goes well, you should be logged on. To fix the user profile, click Start and type regedit into the search box and press Enter. Thus you can consequently fix the issue and then log in, as the standard user account as well. The next step was to load the ntuser. The pages appear to be providing accurate, safe information.
Cheers, Mohammad I can't get past that screen to be able to get to the control panel. You can try doing a repair installation using the instructions at website. The instructions here did what they said they'd do. In Windows 10, you can face different types of issues while logging in to your user account. I can't get past that screen to be able to get to the control panel.
The advanced boot options menu will appear. Don't know if yours is the same problem. A friend of mine brought a Windows 7 Ultimate x86 laptop saying that he can't log in with his account. This got me in to the account but the account is now all kinds of ruined. They may not be members of the proper groups, In your Gp settings it defines that members of certain groups are allowed to log on i don't know about your organization but at mine we have to add the user to a group the Domain users is not enough. I usually am very good with this stuff but the thing is, I've only came across an error like once. Here are instructions on how to fix it, or at least, how I fixed a computer at school once.
If you have not already backed up all your important files and applications, I would make this a priority. I think I might set up another Admin with a slightly different Password as a backup access plan, just as a preventive step if 1 account is corrupted. I have tried Startup Repair, but it showed no problems and no fixes. It gives me that same error message and when I click ok it says logging off then brings me back to the welcome screen that allows me to click on my profile which is the only profile on the computer if I click it, its a vicious cycle of the same thing. Well it's a Windows 7 laptop. You might also see that you are now a temporary user.
The new V2 profiles that are created the first time a user logs on to a Windows 7 computer are owned by that user. So if it didn't work for you, keep reading. Sometimes the error occurs because of the missing registry keys after a system update e. So how do we fix this issue? Hello, I have the same problem. Many different ways to do this, either take ownership or copy the profile to a network share before you delete it in the correct way.