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Cannot open links in Outlook 2010


Gorillaz

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I have just finished preparing my new laptop. I am running Windows 7 Pro and Office 2010. I cannot open links in Outlook, I get an error message telling me I do not have permissions even though I am logged in as an administrator. Any advice welcome

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onthelimit1

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Try this microsoft fixit

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Gorillaz

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Thanks for the information, sorry but it did not work.

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Gorillaz

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Thanks for the information, sorry but it did not work.

The error message is:- "The operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator".

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onthelimit1

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Odd, as that error message is exactly what the fixit is supposed to cure!

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Gorillaz

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Tried the manual fix from your post and still nothing. Tempted to restore and reinstall everything

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Woolwell

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onthelimit1's link also describes how to manually fix it. Suggest you try that.

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Gorillaz

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Also treid the manual fix and still not working. Ended up reisnstalling everything.

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