Windows 10: Fix You've been signed in with a temporary profile in Windows 10
Normally, you could use step 12.
If the original "C:\Users\(Username)" folder is no longer there, then of course you won't be able to use it's reference in the registry in step 12. In this situation, all you can do is delete both SID (1001 & 1001.bak) keys to have a new profile folder created for the account. This will have the account start over like a new account. If this account is a Microsoft account, then most of the settings would sync back (if left turned on). This won't help with any missing files in the original "C:\Users\(Username)" folder though.
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The problem started, when...
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Clean install of Windows10_InsiderPreview_x64_EN-US_10074
After joining domain non admin users are getting a temporary profile and the start menu will not work.
did not have this issue on earlier builds
My domain admin user account is working...