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group policy client service failed logon access is denied

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by kristaforte, Nov 15, 2010.

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  1. kristaforte

    kristaforte Thread Starter

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    Please help i have done many searches and i can't seem to find anything to fix my issue.
    My computer said it needed to do an update so i let it run the update and it prompted to restart the computer so i did that, i logged to my user account which is the administrator account and it said it didn't recognize my user profile so i was using a temp profile. Somehow my computer was unplugged and when i started it up it brought me to the user log in page i tried to log in and it says group policy client service failed log on access is denied. I can log on the standard user account but not my account which is the administrator account. But i can log on to the administrator account in safe mode. I don't understand and need lots of help to get back in to my account...
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Go into Safe Mode as admin and try a System Restore : Start button / All Programs / Accessories / System Tools / System Restore.
     
  3. kristaforte

    kristaforte Thread Starter

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    I have tried a system restore and there was no restore point set so it wouldn't let me, but i figured out how to get back in the account now my problem is that it tells me my user profile didnt load so it gave me a temp profile, see event log for details or contact the admininstrator. If anyone knows how to fix this i would really appreciate the help. Thanks
     
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