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The issue you are facing:

Hello there.

We are currently faceing the Problem, that one User has to Login after every Restart of th Nextcloud-Client. Has anybody seen this behaviour before, and maybe has a solution for this?

Best regards Paul

Is this the first time you’ve seen this error? (Y/N): Y

Steps to replicate it:

I can’t replicate it myself now

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I’ve seen this on one Linux Mint client in the past - say early 3.0 release. I don’t remember the solution but I know I identified the issue using the client logs… maybe this was related to Gnome keyring which was not present and client insisted on using it… forgive me no more details…

As the issue occurs on one client only you should double check how this client differs from working (software versions, settings) and compare client logs of good/bad clients… you could try logging in as known working user from the faulty client and faulty user on working client - this helps you understand if the problem related to user settings or occurs generally on specific machine.