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Windows 7: User Account Delete problem

18 Feb 2014   #1
VeasnaYim

TEXAS
 
 
User Account Delete problem

Hello all,
I am just IT assistant,
I have trouble with my user account that logged on to a computer,
The error when i start Microsoft Out look, the message appear
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After that, i had tried to fix it many ways, still not help so i decide to deleted my user profile on this computer and i retry to log on with this computer, when i get into the windows desktop, The message from the right windows taskbar said,
"You log on with temporary profile......... " And this message always come up every i log on and always lose data every log on.
but i can configure my e mail address to work with outlook without any problem even it's just temporary.

So the wonder, why every i log on, the message always come up as
"You log on with temporary profile...."?
Why when i log of and log on, my data storing on this computer have been lose?
What should i do?

This user can log on with other computer is just fine.
P.S: My user name log on to a domain.
Do you know how to repair corrupt user profile?
Best regards,




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18 Feb 2014   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

I dont believe it has much to do with the user profile itself; but more with outlook alone. Try the following link and see if it helps out any:

Outlook is unable to connect to the proxy server XXX.XXX.COM
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