HELP !!! UUID error when logging in

#1
I have roaming profiles established with several users, one of the users gets an error
"
The group policy client service failed the sign-in

The universal unique identifier (UUID) type is not supported
"
If i disconnect the net, she can login to her local profile and then i can reconnect the net connection

I have seen some regedit fixes online and i have tried one but there was no change
 


ussnorway

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#2
is this the hack you used?
Code:
cmd /c reg add "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\gpsvc" /v Type /t REG_DWORD /d 0x10 /f
p.s, a UUID error on first login is normal but you have this as a recurring error?
 


#3
Yes that is the command i used, i got a successful output and restarted but still got the same error, it is a recurring issue
 


ussnorway

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#4
if only that user has the issue... I would have to assume the uuid is not in fact unique and the best way forward now is to delete that account and replace it
 


#5
if only that user has the issue... I would have to assume the uuid is not in fact unique and the best way forward now is to delete that account and replace it
So if i remove the user from AD users and computers and create a new user and link the roaming profile, that should resolve it?
 


BIGBEARJEDI

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#6
Are you using those Roaming Profiles in a Server environment with a Domain login? Which Server version, e.g.: Windows Server 2012? etc.

<<<BIGBEARJEDI>>>
 


#7
Are you using those Roaming Profiles in a Server environment with a Domain login? Which Server version, e.g.: Windows Server 2012? etc.

<<<BIGBEARJEDI>>>
Yes a server/domain environment, server 2012 r2
 


ussnorway

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#8
So if i remove the user from AD users and computers and create a new user and link the roaming profile, that should resolve it?
That's what I would do yes however common sense says create and test the new account before you delete the broken one.
 


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