Outlook client profile updating utility
In today’s Microsoft Windows network we almost always seem to find a mix of Windows XP, 2000, 2003, and Windows 7 to support, perhaps all with various levels of service packs, and generally to make matters worse we have mixed versions of Outlook 97, 98, 2000, 2003, XP, and 2010.
With all these variables to consider, deploying any application in this environment would be extremely painful and prone to constant troubleshooting. Our solutions are packaged to eliminate any dependences on the executing workstation or server.
The application even supports Outlook special features such as Cached-Mode for Exchange and RPC/HTTP (Outlook Anywhere). Deployment flexibility – Can be deployed directly to workstations, via a web page, login script, or group policy.
The email client for the more than one billion Microsoft Office users on the planet has become second nature.
This issue can occur while you are upgrading Outlook and applying customizations by using a custom OCT file (.msp) or file that is configured to “Modify Profile" and "Define changes to make to the existing default profile.” To prevent multiple Exchange accounts from being created in one profile when you upgrade users to Outlook 2010, you must download and use the Service Pack 1 (SP1) version of the OCT, which is available from the Microsoft Download Center ( To update the OCT, replace the /Admin folder that is in your Office 2010 installation files or installation image with the new /Admin folder that is included in the download package.