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After change of password on a Win 2008 SBS domain Outlook 2010 prompts for password

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Dear Experts.

I have just changed my password on a Win 7 64 bit workstation on a Win 2008 SBS domain.

Ever since Outlook 2010 has asked for password when I start Outlook first time after logon. If I close Outlook and start it again within the same logon session to the domain, it doesn't prompt for password.

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Flemming
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setasoujiro earned 2000 total points
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can you check in control panel --> user accounts --> manage your credentials , and see if there is an entry for the SBS server, if so try and delete it
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Thanks. sorry for the late reply
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