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How to Share Outlook on Domain PC

My company has a PC which is shared by members of a work group.  They use a group logon to authenticate with Active Directory when they logon to this computer.

Additionally, each member of this work group has their own personal user profile login in our Active Directory.

I would like to configure Outlook and our Exchange Server so that each person in the group has an Outlook profile they can select to open their personal mailbox, and for them to prompted for Windows authentication each time.

What do I have to do?
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ckratsch

8/22/2022 - Mon
mwheeler1982

In windows control panel, go to the "mail" control panel. Click on the "show profiles" button. You can set up profiles for each user, then at the bottom, click the "prompt for a profile to be used" radio button.
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