This will stop the mechanism that launches explorer.exe from always launching it as the current interactive user - which can cause all sorts of weird issues.
Run the registry editor as administrator and edit the below key:
You will likely have to take ownership of that registry key before you can modify it, as by default, only TrustedInstaller can modify it.
- Right click on the folder,
- click permissions.
- Click on “advanced” and then the owner tab.
- Click your name/something you have security access to and tick the “Replace all child objects…” box.
- Click apply and then you should be good to go.
This might need a reboot or two. If you get a box like the below and you work with me, you’re in the wrong OU. Other people - group policy might be broken.