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2 outlook exchange profiles, keeps asking for the password

I have a computer that is on a domain with an exchange profile and I have another profile that connects to a remote exchange server. I dial a VPN connection to go to the external exchange profile. Last week I never had to type in my password when connecting to the remote exchange. When I disconnect from the external exchange profile and disconnect the VPN so that I am on the local donain it asks for my password for the internal exchange profile. Also it has the other domain\username in the box.
What could have changed that is not allowing my password to be saved or better yet having to log in to the internal profile?
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bobohostCommented:
Which version of Windows and Outlook are you running?  Also, what domain are you running on?  Windows 2003 or 2008?
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calitechAuthor Commented:
Windows 7 with Outlook 2003 on SBS 2003
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bobohostCommented:
Well although you shouldn't have to you may want to enter your network passwords in the stored passwords area of Windows 7.  

You can delete or change the passwords that you store on your computer.

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      Open User Accounts by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking User Accounts and Family Safety (or clicking User Accounts, if you are connected to a network domain), and then clicking User Accounts.
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      In the left pane, click Manage your network passwords.
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      Select the password you want to manage.
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      Click Edit, make the change you want, and then click OK.
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calitechAuthor Commented:
thanks
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