Office365 new user opening Outlook for the first time (going crazy)


  1. Posts : 7
    Windows 10
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    Office365 new user opening Outlook for the first time (going crazy)


    I have set up a new image with SCCM that installs Office365 ProPlus on the machine.
    I have set the zeroconfigexchange=dword:00000001 in registry
    I have also set the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Common\signing\signinoptions=0 (dword)

    Now, what completely baffles me, is when i log on as a new user, and start Outlook, i get the error saying "this feature has been disabled by your adminitrator". And i see where the error is, but i cannot comprehend why this happens.
    You see, when Outlook is started for the first time, the "signinoptions=0", changes to =3, which means that the user is not allowed to log on to O365. If i change it back manually to 0, then Outlook works fine.

    I am going abit crazy here, so if anyone has any ideas, i would love them.

    Thanks!
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    Win 10 Pro (x64) 20H2 (19042.906)
       #2

    What's SCCM?

    Why are you hacking the registry on Office 365 install? Purpose?
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