It should fix the problem. You need to create a new child account and transfer the data. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Are you running an App-V server or are you using the Citrix App-V support? You will be able to create new user without problem. Any guidance would be much appreciated. Only thing that is strange is it does not effect all users. Thank you for the info.
I do have the same issue. I have the same problem on two upgraded computers. I decided to try one more time the regedit. It was the first to use the new profile, Win7 just continues and increases it's use. This error may also indicate a programming error caused by obtaining two copies of the same object in a single thread. Thanks and everyone else for the help! If this still does not work for you, then you will be left with doing a clean install for your or version of Vista or Windows 7. To do this, follow these steps: a Press Windows Key + E on the Keyboard.
But what about when no one can log in including new users? To resolve a failed session host a simple server reboot of the effected host is required. The Cause at the top of the tutorial may help some, but if you noticed anything that you may have installed or changed before it happened to you it may help narrow it down more. While trying to solve via standard account, by using your tips, it is stopping me from actioning as it wants admin password, which I type, then does not proceed any further. We are using mostly win 7 machines in a domain. I've been monitoring that with procmon and the enumerating still occurs but only after logon, so it seems like Citrix is delaying the process but doesn't prevent it from happening and the session becomes sluggish until the process is finished, so again a couple of minutes.
For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Any clue how to fix this? This is likely a problem with the default user profile. If any more information is needed please let me know and I will provide it! In win10 when I create a new account and then try to log in I get the same error message - The user profile service service failed the logon , User profile cannot be loaded This is so annoying. Thanks for contributing an answer to SharePoint Stack Exchange! I was seeing this error on a Win7 standalone system local profiles, not logging into a domain. Done as you suggest to the default user folder and problem goes away.
The fault: When the domain administrator is logged on to any terminal server and the terminal server gets started, we get after the logon of the domain administrator this message: We can't sign into your account. It worked fine in Win8. They were all part of a network that connected several offices and I've been going crazy with permission issues. I did put the reinstallation disk in and try and run it but it asked for password to continue but it wont take my password. It takes a long time to enumerate all apps.
Enable the Hidden Files and show system protected files. Regards, Rob I am also having this problem where new accounts cannot be created on the Win 10 system, which was recently upgraded from the evaluation version to the full retail version. This has fixed this issue for me every time I have found it with Windows 10. I have tried all your solutions and nothing has helped. Total logon time of a session takes about 90-120 seconds. You may have a corrupt User Profile Disk. I can create actually, but they cannot login.
I am not very computer smart and can't figure out how to reinstall. Tested with PowerShell script to load all AppV Packages, Global published. I do have a number above the one that has. Method 3: Log on to the computer and create a new profile. We installed a complete new server 2016 environment with 5 terminal servers in a farm.
Anyway, thanks again - total lifesaver! Also rebooting a session host for maintenance during for Windows Updates or other purposes may also introduce the problem. This has been driving me mad. Then copy the profile from your thumb drive to that location. Once I found it, I decided I would pass it on. I am very frustrated with the whole computer at this moment, I could throw it out the window!! Enumerating the Apps still takes a lot of time. It is a domain computer in a domain environment.