Outlook 2016 - Exchange Keeps asking for credentials

I know this question has been asked before but I looked through these and I still have not been able to fix this.  I have a client with 3 users.  All users have been working fine for a long time.  Now one of the users keeps getting a prompt for the password.  The system is attached to Exchange.  I have the following list I checked through:

•Outlook is configured to prompt you for credentials - Checked and it is not set to prompt.
•Incorrect password cached in credential storage - checked and verified password through OWA, all is correct.
•Required Authentication Settings for outgoing server and incoming server - It is an Exchange server so it gets its info through autodiscover.
•Outlook Anywhere is not configured to use NTLM Authentication - Not a valid option when I go to the security tab.  Cannot change this.
•Corrupt Outlook profile - recreated the profile but still get the same error.
•Slow or unstable network connection - only one workstation gets this error so I doubt this is it.
•Antivirus programs - I disabled the AV and still get the same prompts.
•Shared calendars - They do use shared calendars but I am not sure how this would effect it.  They all have access to each others accounts.

So I have gone through all of these and nothing works.  I have also deleted and manually recreated the credential.  I have called their hosting provider and he has no answers.

This is very annoying and I will give things a try if I get some possible answers.
Christopher MostPresidentAsked:
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MikeGGGCommented:
Have you updated Outlook/Office to a latest version? It is a known issue and was fixed in one of MS Updates. See for example here for more technical background.
https://ingogegenwarth.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/outlook-2016-prompt-for-credentials/
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RoninCommented:
Do you have access and control over the Exchange server? What version of Exchange is it?
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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
Hi Christopher,

Only one user is affected by this issue?

Regards
Valentina
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Christopher MostPresidentAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay but I got distracted by some other customers.  This is just one user that is affected in a small office of three people.  I believe it is attached to Exchange 2016 but I will verify from the provider that is hosting this.

I will also double check and make sure the Office program is full updated.  It was working fine so it seems that an updated may have caused this.  That is when I recreated the profile but she still gets the same problem.  I appreciate the responses!
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Christopher MostPresidentAuthor Commented:
OK, been sick but the Office products are fully up to date.  However the system just started to work.  Not sure if another update came out but it is working now.  I had another error but that was due to a misspelling but that was corrected after the pop up vanished. I gave everybody an assisted solution for you help.  I appreciate the help!
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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
Issue seems to be solved as the author informed
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