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W7 & Outlook 2003 RC vs. RTM on two user profiles

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#1 subtropical


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Posted 03 February 2010 - 10:45 PM

Everything worked fine with the RC, both profiles.

When I put in the RTM I found that I can have OL2003 on one profile.
I put it one mine and it works great. I restart the puter to my wife's profile and try to install and poop.
I remove OL then install to my wife's profile IT WORKS. Then restart to my profile to find the same problem.

I'm the absent minded professor type. Sure there is one little thing I'm doing wrong... :huh:

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Posted 03 February 2010 - 11:22 PM

Is there an option in the installation process to only install on the current user's profile? I see this a lot in program installations, and it's possible you overlooked it. This would theoretically keep you from installing it on other profiles (assuming that is the cause).

I do not use a software-based email client (all mine is in a browser), so I have no advice as far as that goes. Somebody with more OL knowledge could probably give you some more helpful advice, but for now, that's all I got.

Best of luck to you. :huh:
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