Add Outlook profile using Exchange 2007 and Office 2007, prompting for domain username and password.

We are running Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2003 in ESX.  When trying to add an Outlook profile using Vista with Office 2007, one of the domain administrators cannot access the profile without having to enter the domain username and password.  Is this part of a new secuirty context in Exchange?  Any help would be most appreciated!
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Is the computer joined to the domain? What type of profile are you creating, straight Exchange, or Outlook Anywhere - RPC/HTTP......?
asasupportAuthor Commented:
Yes, its part of the domain, normal email profile for exchange. It's just that previously, admins could access other user mailboxes without authentication. But now they have to authenticate every time they need to access a mailbox

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asasupportAuthor Commented:
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