Windows 10: Error message "<SessionEnv> unavailable" at every bootup
Did you select all task within the folders? I haven't had the error since I disabled all task within Application Experience and Customer Experience Improvement Program.
Yes, I disabled all tasks, but it didnt help me
I'll poke around some more.
Just tried it again, but no joy
By the way, how many objects do you have in the CEIP folder?
I only have three, UsbCeip, KernelCeipTask and Consolidator.
I have seen mention of an Uploader object as well?
It's called "ProgramDataUpdater" and it is in the Application Experience folder.
The 3 task you mentioned are in the Customer Experience Improvement Program. All three of these should be disabled.
Did you disable the 3 tasks in the "Application Experience folder" as well?
Last edited by gtspeck; 17 Nov 2016 at 10:11.
Yup, disabled all tasks in both folders
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