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Outlook 97 & Power Users in W2K

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Hi. We set up people on our network with W2K machines on their network, and when they try to start up Microsoft Outlook (connecting to an Exchange server), they get a message saying they have insufficient privileges to start Microsoft Outlook. Outlook is fully installed. The solution we have come up with temporarily is to change the user's level from User to Power User, where they can then successfully start up Outlook. However, we want to avoid giving them the Power Users privilege for obvious reasons.
Any thoughts?
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