Username not cached when loggin on to an outlook RPC-HTTP account

Posted on 2006-05-18
Last Modified: 2011-09-20
Greetings fellow experts!

I use RPC-HTTP to tunnel RPC through the web and get the full MS Exchange functionality on my clien't email. On a few clients machines, the "Username" field during the logon when you open outlook is not populated with the last used username. I have "repaired" outlook, uninstalled and reinstalled outlook, deleted the outlook profile and created a new one, and deleted the user's windows profile and created a new one, all to no avail. Some registry key somewhere maybe that I need to clean out? I have not had much luck on Google, perhaps because RPC-HTTP is not that common yet???

Any insight? 500 points becuase my ego says if I couldn't figure it out it must be a hard question. ;-) lol.
Question by:Thanatos2k
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    So much for my ego! ;-)

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