Message- you are being logged on with a partially synced roaming profile please see network administrator

I have one user who is getting this message.  Windows 7 Pro end users- profiles and folder redirection folders on Windows 2012R2.

I have created a new profile name for the user thereby creating a new profile.  No sync center error messages.

anyone have any idea how to resolve this issue?
Rob HayesDirector of ITAsked:
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The issue is likely related to the system/user being locked.

When the user is logged into the workstation, make sure you have remote registry service running on the workstation.
Using ResEdit connect to the remote systems registry
HKLM\software\microsoft\windows\currentcersion\profile list
See if you have the user's profile listed with a .bak. Switch the name the one without .bak to .orig and remove the .bak.
Have the user logout and log back in and the issue will be fixed.

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Rob HayesDirector of ITAuthor Commented:
worked perfectly- thanks for the input
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