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I have two users using Outlook 2013 Pro Plus. Every time there is an outlook update it is installing twice. It also is causing their folder view to be blank.  I have had to uninstall the updates and then hide them from reinstalling. Here are all the KB I have had to remove
2817629, 2837643, 2837618, 2810015, 2727079, 2738013.  I there a hotfix or something to fix this.
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Hi Svp60,

Are you running Office 365?

Have you tried uninstalling, rebooting and then re-installing?
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I am Running Office 2013 Pro Plus.  Have uninstalled already once.  still keeps happening.
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Try this: try this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2822317/en-us

let me know how it goes!
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