One of my Sage users has a weird problem on his local workstation. An error pops up when he launches Sage200 (see attached, but when he clicks OK, it lets him into the program.
However, he is not getting this error message on other PCs.
I have discussed at length with the support company and they think the error is due to the application trying to write the Sage.mms.messenger.xml file to his server based application data redirected folder  instead of C:\users\username\appdata\roaming!!!

But I have checked on the machines where it works without the error and for the other users for whom it works without the error and there is nothing in the C:\users\username\appdate\roaming local path related to Sage for anyone. They all have it on \\server01\application data\username\Application Data\Sage\MMS\ Sage.MMS.Messenger.xml and it is working well for both the user in question and others from that location.

All I can deduce from here is that the issue is with the PC rather than his profile.  

Other than giving the user a fresh PC or re-imaging his PC, I just wanted to check f this is something someone has come across before. I have cleaned out and recreated the user's profile several times already.
Gospodin RasputinIT ManagerAsked:
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
That error looks like a permissions issue; but, I'd rather see the entries in the Windows event logs.  If it started within the past few days, a system restore through the Repair My Computer option in advance boot options (F8) might fix it.  If its been around more than a week, I'd check with TDSSKiller and ADWCleaner.

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Gospodin RasputinIT  ManagerAuthor Commented:
I restored to a point in the past but it did not cure the issue. At the end I had to re-image the PC and that seemed to fix the issue. Strange one indeed.
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