Hello Scott - I have seen this a few times and it usually has to do with some specific environmental issue and/or "roaming profiles", can you check the solution outlined in this discussion thread below and let me know how you do?
2. Seach for HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders
3. Change the path in "Personal" entry to a local path, but remember the old path!
4. Now you can install Qlik Sense without an error.
5. Change the path in "Personal" to your old.
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