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Why being asked for a password?

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Had to do a repair of Windows XP Pro on a computer.  Following that, Outlook (2002) will not launch becuase it keeps asking me for a user name, password, domain, etc.  No matter what I enter iI can't get past that window.  Note that we're running Exchange on our network so all computers are setup with Exchange accounts.

Help!

--Steve
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Steve,

Not sure how far this can help

OL: You Continuously Receive Prompts for Your NT Domain Credentials
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;321652
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