This Error 1306 Another Application Has Exclusive Access To The File Problem.

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When I open some applications and try to access it then we get an error message the user profile service failed the logon. This bug comes through when we try or access many applications at the same time. Solve it?

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This Error 1306 Another Application Has Exclusive Access To The File Problem.

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Start running, and update of ARC serve RHA, confirms that all scenario and applications are closed.

If any file is open then closed it or if any file are not open and no scenario is running or working condition until you get this message.

Restart your ARC server engine.

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Go to start -> run -> service.msc. Right click on ARC engine and restart it. Now, run it.

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This Error 1306 Another Application Has Exclusive Access To The File Problem.

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You normally receive the message saying “the user profile service failed to logon” on startup when you are logging into your account. If you receive this upon logging in and you can’t log into your account, you need to create a new account and copy your user profile to that account because your current user account is corrupt.

To do this, you need to have another user account that has administrative privileges. If you don’t have any, you need to use the built-in “Administrator” account in Windows. Since you cannot access it in Normal mode because it is hidden, log into this account in Safe Mode. Restart your computer and press F8 before the Windows logo appears.

In “Advanced Boot Options” screen, select “Safe Mode” and hit Enter to boot the computer. In the login screen, select the “Administrator” account to log in. After logging in, click “Start”, “Control Panel”, “User Accounts”, and then create a new account. Once the new account is created, restart the computer then log into this new account to set it up.

After logging in, restart the computer again in Safe Mode and log in back to the “Administrator” account. Next, open Windows Explorer then click “Tools” and then “Folder Options”. Select “View” tab then scroll down and select “Show hidden files, folders, and drives” and then uncheck “Hide protected operating system files”. Click “OK”. After this, navigate to “C:\Users\[corrupt username]” or “C:\Documents and Settings\[corrupt username]”.

Inside this folder, select all files and folders except the following: NTUSER.DAT, ntuser.dat.LOG, and ntuser.ini. Next, press CTRL + C to copy all items you selected. After this, navigate to “C:\Users\[new username]” or “C:\Documents and Settings\[new username]” where “[new username]” is the new user account you created. Press CTRL + V to paste all the items you selected. When you are prompted to overwrite, click “Yes” to overwrite.

When copying is finished, log off and log in back using the new username you created. Once everything is working, you may now delete the old user account.

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