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computer removed from domain, .nk2 file still available in account?

A computer contracted malware and was removed from the domain and added to a work group as part of the remediation process.  
The user had many contacts in her autocomplete field of Outlook 2007.  I am able to navigate to the user's folder through the local administrator account, but there is no .nk2 file.  Hidden files and folders are visible.
I do not see any file with a .nk2 extension, only files with .DAT, .OAB, .KFL
Is there any way to recover the autocomplete information?
OutlookWindows Vista

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It's not there.  Thanks for the info on how to locate it, and options for recovery.  I'll see about an undelete program for recovery.  Good to know the changes between Outlook 2007 and 2010 with regards to autocomplete.
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