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Win10 Auto Update blocks Sign-In (Resolved).

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Best Answer SouthSaratoga , 19 November 2016 - 06:43 PM

No I am not getting a "You are logged on with a temporary profile." message. Actually, just last night, a few days after I had the problem, MS added more updates automatically to my... Go to the full post »


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After Win 10 auto update, I signed in and received error message (see attached) saying "we can't sign you in" and suggesting signing out and signing in again may solve the problem.  It did not. Also all my files were wiped out. Googled this problem and found that many people had the same problem. Suggested solutions did not work for me. Only way I can use computer is signing into a guest account.

Anyone know how to correct this problem?


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Are you getting a "You are logged on with a temporary profile." message?
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No I am not getting a "You are logged on with a temporary profile." message.

 

Actually, just last night, a few days after I had the problem, MS added more updates automatically to my  computer and the problem disappeared.  

 

Thank you for your response.


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You're very welcome, happy to know you issue has resolved.


Take Care!
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