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Your roaming profile was not completely synchronized error on Windows 10

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Hi, question please (!) – I go to the location you mention in the registry, and I already see something with your string but listed as ExcludeProfileDirs Reg_SZ and then the above string

I am going crazy with this issue.

Should I add the string as you describe and delete the existing one?
And, also, do I leave the name of the new string after right clicking as NewValue#1 or change it?

Found your directions on Google, hope you don’t mind helping me. thank you


Looks like I needed to update the post to include the name of the registry value. Thanks.

Since you already have this registry key, I have to ask first are you on wireless? Wireless and roaming profiles are a recipe for disaster.

Second is check the file server where the roaming profiles are stored to see if there are open file sessions, especially NTUSER.DAT, that are tied to that user or computer. You can run the command “openfiles -disconnect -id *” on the server to disconnect these sessions.

Feel free to contact us directly to see if we can help you.


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