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如何防止Outlook每次都要求交换凭据?

作者:凯莉 最后修改时间:2014-06-26

打开Microsoft Outlook时是否要求您提供交换凭据? 如果是,您可能会注意到每次启动Outlook时都会弹出“ Windows安全性”对话框。 请参阅下面的屏幕截图。 通常,您可以通过检查 记住我的凭据 输入凭据后,点击 OK 按钮。

但是,在某些特殊情况下,每次启动Microsoft Outlook时都会要求提供交换凭据,但没有选择 记住我的证书 在弹出的“ Windows安全性”对话框中。 (请参阅下面的屏幕快照。)在本文中,我将指导您解决此问题,并防止Microsoft Outlook通过快速配置帐户设置来要求交换凭据。

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为了防止Microsoft Outlook每次启动时都要求交换凭据,您需要在“帐户设置”中更改某些交换设置。 请执行以下操作:

步骤1:打开“帐户设置”对话框:

  1. 在Outlook 2007中,请点击 工具 > 帐户设置;
  2. 在Outlook 2010和2013中,请点击 文件 > 资料包 > 帐户设置 > 帐户设置.

第2步:在“帐户设置”对话框中,

  1. 邮箱 标签;
  2. 单击以突出显示每次打开Microsoft Outlook时要求登录凭据的交换帐户;
  3. 点击 更改 按钮。

步骤3:在变更帐户的新对话框中,请点击 更多设置 按钮。

步骤4:在弹出的Microsoft Exchange对话框中,

  1. 安保行业 标签;
  2. 取消选中以下选项 始终提示输入登录凭据;
  3. 点击 OK 按钮。

第5步:现在您返回到“更改帐户”对话框,请单击 下一页 按钮, 完成 按钮。

步骤6:点击 关闭 按钮退出“帐户设置”对话框。

配置指定的交换帐户的安全设置后,将不再弹出对话框,并且在再次打开Microsoft Outlook时不会要求输入交换凭据。


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For non-experienced user

Close down outlook completely

1
Control Panel > (view by icons, not categories) > mail > Show Profiles > Add > (call it whatever you like) > change the dropdown to the new one you just created
This will recreate the profile settings and you will need to re-add your mailboxes

2
C:\users\(you username)\appdata(this is hidden so make sure you can see hidden files - google guides available for this)local\microsoft\outlook
eg
C:\users\BEN\appdata\local\microsoft\outlook
This file, rename it to "Outlookold"
(this backs up the file so we can get it back by changing the name back to "Outlook" if need be - if the fix works, delete this to save yourself some space after you're done)



3
NOW, this is the first time you should be trying to open outlook - it will take a while but should load up after recreating the configuration folder and the configuring your account - then just re-add your mailbox(es).




For experienced users
*insert disclaimer about being careful with RegEdit*

reg delete "\\%asset%\HKEY_USERS\%SID%\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Profiles\Outlook"



For super users

*insert disclaimer about being careful with RegEdit*
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Profiles
locate the mail profile that's active
go to 9375CFF0413111d3b88a00104b2a6676
Find which one has the affected mailbox in "Account Name"
Note the "Service UID" - go to the binary value in the "Profile" key that we're in
in here, find the REG_BINARY for "01023d0d" and make a note of the binary - go to the binary value in the "Profile" key that we're in
Right Click > New > Binary Value

Name = 00036619
Value = 01 f0 00 80
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my box is NOT checked. This is not the solution.
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My laptop running Windows 8.1 and using MS Outlook 2013 has all those setting correct ie as you described them but still I getting this annoying Windows Security popup that requires me to enter password everytime I start MS Outlook. What could be another problem for this occurence.
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M$ is a sack of poo. I can't believe nobody has come up with a professional mail, calendar and contacts package to rival this sack of horse sh*t. The button was already unchecked so this did not help with a recurring problem.
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To me was necessary one step more:
Change the option "logon network security" to "password authentication" instead "negotiate authentication" on Exchange settings window.
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How to access outlook if I forgot my credentials (Windows Security)?
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Hayley... so you ticked it and THAT solved the problem, really? That doesn't make sense.
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The option to click on or off to always prompt for logon credentials is grayed out and I can't select it.
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so , I went in and my ' always prompt ' was also not ticked. I ticked it and it has fixed the problem.
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I worked through all of these steps above, but got to the last step and the box "Always prompt for logon credentials" was already unchecked. The problem is still there.
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I have the same problem.

Did you ever get yours fixed. IF so what did you do?
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You need to go to Control Panel > Users > Manage Your Credentials (link on the left hand side of Windows 10 Explorer) > Windows Credentials > :

Under Generic credentials, look for "MS.Outook.15:[YOUR ACCOUNT NAME]". If there are two entries for the same account, delete the one which ends in "PUT". This should fix your problem. The problem arises where two or more entries/keys exist and Outlook does not know which one to use, so it requests on start-up of the program.



Before doing so however, I would advise you to back up your credentials.
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Thanks Stu, that worked perfectly for me... although I didn't have a "PUT" entry, just 2 entries for the same account.... deleted them both and at next Outlook restart entered the correct credentials, ticked the "remember" box and worked fine ever since. Problem occurred because my exchange account had been deleted and then re-created with same e-mail and new password.
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Allan, mine happened the same way! Although I was weary about deleting anything so I just updated the credentials to the new passwords and all is well in La La land!
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Encountered a similar situation with an academic email account. The same password was being used according to Windows credentials, although the automatically assigned username was supposed to be "blank" according to the Windows credentials. I logged in first using the automatic username (which I could not edit without changing the account). The prompt re-appeared immediately after, although with the option to change the username. I left the username blank and entered only the password to sign in. I haven't experienced any more prompts. Thank-you for the tip!
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