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Outlook install for 'Default User' problem

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Curt G

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Hello, all. We're about to deploy 5,000+ desktops/laptops (WinXP, Ofc2K3). Our users are considered 'guests' of the computer, so their profile gets wiped when they log out. I need to get Outlook 2003 properly configured so that when it sets up the user's profile from the default user profile that it is ready to go. I have almost everything set, except for one thing - the window that appears the first time you run Outlook 2003 that says it is "Configuring Outlook". It lasts for a few seconds and then generates the 'Welcome to Outlook' mail message. It does this EVERY time a person logs on to the computer.

Which reg key do I need to set to keep Outlook from going through the "Configuring Outlook" step? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks...
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