Updated: 3 years ago
Article ID: 34533
This error appears when a file encryption failure occurs. It may indicate an underlying issue with your operating system.
Create a new administrator account to resolve permissions issues.
- Missing or corrupted Windows® system files may cause this error. Use System File Checker to repair and replace system files.
- If the solutions above do not work, there may be a larger issue with your operating system, specifically with the crypt32.dll file. Contact Microsoft or a certified computer technician for assistance repairing or replacing the file.
Repair Disk Permissions to resolve any permission conflicts with logon modules.
Missing system files may cause encryption failures. Download the latest Combo Update for your specific OS X version to restore missing files.
- If the solutions above do not work, there may be a larger issue with your operating system. Contact Apple or an Authorized Apple Service Provider for further assistance with CFPreferencesAppSynchronize functions.
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