You need to give the user and System full rights to the two reference folders. You'll find the paths at Replace Your Preferences
Note that if the parent folders lack the proper permissions, the subfolders will not have been created, so you're going to want to grant permission at the Adobe folder level most likely, and extend to subfolders.
I have gone through that thread and tried every option for Windows without any resolution.
This was working fine for the user last week, now it will not start and displays the error message in the subject of this thread.
Any other ideas?
That thread is only to provide the paths to the folder locations that need corrected permissions. Replacing the prefs will not work because you don't have permission to write the files where they need to be.
Another thing you can try is to delete the Adobe folders from the standard user's profile in both the local and roaming subdirectories, then replace with copies of the same folders from the admin profile. You must remove the folders, not merge the contents from the admin folders.
I renamed the InDesign folders to InDesignOLD within the Roaming and Local folders in the profile, new folders were created and loaded properly, no error messages.
Thank you Peter Spier,