Windows 10: Signed-in multiple times as a sole user?

Discus and support Signed-in multiple times as a sole user? in User Accounts and Family Safety to solve the problem; Something strange happened, while I'm the sole and only user of this PC, the sign-in info site of MS says otherwise... It didn't happen before but can... Discussion in 'User Accounts and Family Safety' started by RingTailCoon, Feb 2, 2019.

  1. Signed-in multiple times as a sole user?


    Something strange happened, while I'm the sole and only user of this PC, the sign-in info site of MS says otherwise... It didn't happen before but can it be a strange bug? (I only have just 1 account)


    Signed-in multiple times as a sole user? [​IMG]


    But my PC runs just fine... just the multiple-signins-at-once-when-I-check-on-it worries me... (already did virus check with MBAM/Hitman Pro and both found nothing out of the ordinary...)

    Just a glitch or worrisome...

    Oh yes, deleted my email address, you never know huh?

    :)
     
    RingTailCoon, Feb 2, 2019
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  2. IainWatt Win User

    adminstrator rights as sole user

    Why am I told I do not have administrator rights and thus cannot open desktop downloads, move files etc.? I am sole user of this newly bought PC using Windows 10 and Outlook 365. Please can you give me a step by step idiot's guide to solving this silly
    problem? This is a domestic, single user PC. Thank you.
     
    IainWatt, Feb 2, 2019
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  3. PJLLB Win User
    Multiple Users Signed In at One Time


    I've loaded Windows 10 in a VM running on Windows 8.1. I've created multiple user but can't seem to figure out how to sign into a second account while still signed in to the first account. In Windows 8.1 this was easy!

    Sorry for the (maybe) dumb question.
     
    PJLLB, Feb 2, 2019
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  4. Signed-in multiple times as a sole user?

    Sign In error

    We appreciate your response. For further troubleshooting, we suggest that you create a test user profile. This is for us to verify if the issue is isolated with one user profile or with multiple accounts.

    To create a test user profile, follow these steps:

    • Using Cortana search, type Settings and then hit the Enter key.
    • In the Settings window, select Accounts.
    • Select Family & other people.
    • Choose Add someone else to this PC.
    • Click I don't have this person's sign-in information.
    • Click Add a user without a Microsoft account.
    • Name the user as TEST and then provide a password.

    Update us about the results.
     
    Darleen Pen, Feb 2, 2019
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