There are some thread, I suggest you search this forums.
My problem based on multi part username (I don't know, whou suggested, that it can be a problem) - eg.: at John Doe account doesn't work, but at JohnDoe account it works fine.
If you're using a private computer with sysadmin rights, open a command line with administration privileges and write:
net user johndoe /add
then enter this account and install Qlik Sense 3.0
I think this is very lame
Did you kill the Qlik Sense Service Dispatcher process in the task manager?
When done, go to windows menu / Qlik Sense / Qlik sense desktop (not the one shortcut installed during setup) or go
and right-click "Run as an administrator".
Oh, and what's more.. After I installed it through an account with one name ("John") it also works with the multi-part account ("John Doe").
And yes, I tried reinstalled QlikSense multiply times before and reinstalled the previous version (it worked) etc. Only after I installed it with the single-part account ("John") it worked.
(Never thought I would ever write about a single of multi-part accountname... ).
Thank Kristy, that has just pointed me towards a solution for the issue I was having.
The icon that appears on the task bar in Windows 10 when Sense is running is not linked to the EXE that is needed to launch Sense. So, if you start Sense and then pin the icon then you are effectively pinning QlikSenseBrowser.exe - which as people have noticed above does nothing when run.
You need to ensure that you pin the correct EXE to the task bar in order for things to run.
What you then notice (or at least what I see in Sense) is a second taskbar icon when you launch Sense from the pinned start icon:
Not at all obvious what is going on when you encounter it.