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OneNote 2010 won't start unless ran as administrator

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Win7 Professional 64 bit, OneNote 2010 with Office 2010 Professional installed.

If I run OneNote or try to access it via Outlook I get the attached error message (screenshot).

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OneNote 2010 will open and run correctly if I explicitly run it as an administrator but that doesn't help when I try to launch it from Outlook.  I have checked the permissions on the OneNote cache folder and I have full access to that directory.  Already repaired, uninstalled and reinstalled with no effect.
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No solution exists.  OneNote 2010 cannot run under certain undetermined circumstances.  Solution is to not use the software.
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