We all know that starting with Windows 8, your system can have local account or Microsoft account. In Windows 10, many features requires you to sign in with Microsoft account. We’ve also seen this guide to convert the local account to Microsoft account and revert back, if needed.
Now if you’re facing trouble with your Microsoft account, you can try the official Microsoft Accounts troubleshooter.
Microsoft Accounts Troubleshooter In Windows 10
Microsoft Account Troubleshooter is a special kind of fix-it tool, designed to deal the issues related with Microsoft accounts. This will be a big help to those users who are facing problems using Microsoft account but don’t know how to rectify them.
When you this tool, it will automatically detect common issues and try to correct them, such as:
- All settings sync incomplete
- Microsoft account settings are corrupt
- Can’t connect to the sync service
- Microsoft account required to sync settings
- Unable to connect due to proxy or certificate Issue
- Authentication information is incomplete
- Check for roaming GPO enabled status
- System time and date aren’t correct
- Problem with system registration
- Signed in with a guest account or Roaming User Profiles enabled
- Sync settings on this PC is turned off
- You are not connected to the Internet
- Proxy Settings
- You have reached the daily sync quota
- Check system not activated
Microsoft Accounts Troubleshooter is only available in English, but it should work with other language installations. You should signed in as an administrator to get better results with Microsoft Accounts Troubleshooter.
You can download Microsoft Accounts Troubleshooter using following link:
Just run the file downloaded and on welcome screen, click Advanced > Apply repair automatically and click Next. Once the troubleshooting has completed, you’ll get the details as shown in below screenshot.
Hope you find it the tool useful!