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bgungor any ideas? MS Mail

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I have written Windows Service wich is using MAPI.
Because service runs under the user account, service is enable to "see" path to user profile and perform all necessary tasks.
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The problem is that WGPO of MS Mail is on the mapped network drive protected with password. And this cause service not start. MAPILogonEx just crashes.
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 Ok, "a service (or any process running in a different security context) that must access a remote resource should use the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) name to access the resource".
  It was enought just to change path for WGPO in settings of Outlook using UNC but not the letter of mapped drive.

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