When you start a plugin/script or run an installer, an error message references a Temp/User account folder on your machine.

Applicable to any script/plugin.

Additional information:
By default user must have permissions to read/write to directory %USERPROFILE% (“C:\Users\USERNAME”) but sometime this permission can be changed.
As a result, the user receives an errors when try install new plugins/scripts, or when try to use them.


  1. Open the Windows Explorer and navigate to directory “C:\Users\”
  2. Choose a directory of your current user
  3. Choose the menu item “Properties” from explorer menu.
  4. Go to “Security” tab and set permission for your user like on pictures below

Related links:
Windows 10 troubleshooting (Permissions Issues section).

Startup error references Temp/ space

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