I find it to be a far easier option to create a new user account on the machine, copy over user data from the account that has the problematic profile, then nuke that original account.
If the problematic account is a Microsoft Account Linked account, then create a local account with admin privileges initially then, after copying everything over and deleting the initial account, you can convert that local account to a Microsoft Account Linked account that uses the same Microsoft Account as the original.
I have never liked "profile fixes" and far prefer a clean slate with a new user account (and that was before Windows 10, too).
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763
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