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Office 2013 - Cant sign out

Posted on 2014-10-16
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Dear Experts,

I am unable to sign out of office 2013, I et the message We cant remove windows accounts. I am signed in as my windows user, I want to sign out and sign in as my Hotmail account.

Any ideas

Thanks
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by:Rizzle
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What OS do you have? You should be able to sign out of Office and then sign in with your hotmail account.

Screenshot of my account and the option to either sign out or switch account attached.

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by:Rizzle
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This can be done by clicking File in the top left corner and then click the account option or you can click the account in the top right hand corner and then click switch account.
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There was a GPO setting blocking the sign out, place the user account into a different OU and all was ok
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by:Rio_10
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found solution on own
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