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Log on to windows domain but outlook still asks for username and password

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This is driving me crazy,

We are on a widows 2003 AD and Exchange 2003

I came in to work today, logged in to my computer, opened outlook and it asked for my username and password. If I supply this it works fine, but up untill today it simply authentiated from my windows log in. I haven't changed anything and other users aren't experiencing this problem.

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If no one else is having the problem then it is either your account or your computer.

Test your account by seeing if the problem follows you to another machine.
If it doesn't, then do the following, one will fix it.

1. Recreate the Outlook profile.
2. Recreate the Windows profile.
3. Drop the machine in to a workgroup, reboot (important you reboot) then put it back in the domain. Repeat steps one and two.
4. Wipe the machine.

Simon.
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