Foor the files which contained both the old and new server name, I only removed the old server name, and did not delete the entire container. We are only prompted once for the Office365 exchange credentials upon starting the program, but we are randomly prompted for our old 1and1. Hi Acreed, For the login picture, it is a login for Office 365 instead of a Windows login. Thanks for calling my attention to this! I scoured the internet trying every little fix I could find… nothing. That was in the morning, but then later in the afternoon, some users started getting prompt to enter their password. Can anyone give me some ideas to try, given that it works fine after a reboot? The solution is wait 15-30 minutes and try again. Here is what i have done to stop this for most people.
It was fixed temporarily after re-creating Outlook profile and deleting all the files under C:UsersusernameAppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook. Select Yes when prompted to open the Registry Editor. As soon as you enter the password the box pops back up, usually with a password auto-filled and obscured, but clearly more characters than the correct password. Casey Davis says: October 27, 2017 at 11:04 am Sean Varley Rolling back fixed my issues on multiple systems. In an Example: In a virtual machine configure an email account in outlook 2010 and another virtual with outlook 2013 and worked well the manual configuration, two users migrated to Office 365, but in their physical equipment does not allow it.
The new sign-in program runs completely unseen. Hi everyone, Is there anyway to stop password prompts when using Office365 with Outlook? We did not keep the same name of the opriginal server. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. Here's how to check if your version of Office uses volume licensing: Important: This task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. My customers had to resort to using Outlook Web Mail for their mailbox access, as at least that was reliable.
That is all working fine. Even though I know I entered it correctly. Hello Winnie, I misspoke in my last post with the image that I said comes up when it asks for a login. No one has reported this except people who use docking stations with Office 2016 + Windows 10, our mailboxes are on O365 with Hybrid E2k13 setup. Anyway, so far so good and maybe, just maybe, someone else might be in the same strange pickle. Outlook is a special case. So I now have to write it up for you.
Open the start menu and type Credential Manager - when it comes up, open it. Passwords have not expired and are set not to expire. Generally they don't use roaming profiles, because they become bloated. Don't change it more than it needs to be - it changes it for all domains. We've had an issue that cropped up where if you're an On-Premise user and you attempt to open a calendar of a user who has been migrated you'll get prompted for credentials. I've noticed with 2007 clients the autodiscover settings were not correct.
Make sure that the Use Cached Exchange Mode option is selected. Recently, it started requesting credentials every time I logged in, without connecting to the email server even after entering the correct password. The password you need to enter is the one you would use when logging in to live. Life on Office 365 is good. Office 365 creates a set of two authentication keys within its installation directory.
For me it was Office 2016. We're just dealing with it. This has not been a 100% fix for me. The one user continued to have the issue until we removed. In my case, I found my original server1 showing a status of attempting to connect. Previously I have tried : however as i have just updated the Windows 10 to 1803, i will be deleting the registry key mentioned in the above article. A couple months back we upgraded from Office 2007 to Office 2016 with a 365 deployment.
That would be the definitive answer that you found the solution to your issue. I wasn't involved in identifying the root cause of the bug other than sharing my own testing results with the group, but wanted to write up the outcome here for maximum visibility. I guess to complete the architecture picture. So, I went into account setup and changed the outgoing server details. It's everyone's favorite home page! I think a lot of the suggestions are here are for scenarios where it still fails even after a reboot.
I suggest we can try to clear the Windows Credentials in Control Panel in Windows. We still see the issue after Office updates, but I am not sure if that is a normal occurrence or not. After some messing around and the usual muttering about bloody Microsoft, I remembered that something unusual had happened when I first set it up. Then it'll ask for another sign in. I found that when Outlook was prompting for a password and not accepting my valid Office 365 account, it was actually because Outlook had decided to reconnect to our old Exchange server. Lost connection to Public Folders.
Click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next. In all that I have read in this Post, I have tried each one of its opinions and I do not have positive results. Here are the Updates and Service Packs that you need to install for each version of Outlook to enable it to Autodiscover your Office 365 mailbox without any issues. It was rough going, calendar permissions especially. My case is different, I have 600 mailboxes to migrate under a hybrid environment to the cloud of Office 365. What you are doing is is called Side by Side Calendaring, and it is making an AutoDiscover call in the background to find the calendar. Verify that your Office version uses volume licensing Volume license versions of Office are typically used by large organizations.