The outlook is one of the most widely used webmail service providers launched by Microsoft. There are some certain issues that can be faced anytime by the users while using it. Mainly when you sign-in to your Outlook account few errors occur. Including the entire error issue, Outlook Keeps Asking for Password is the one common error that can be arisen due to several factors. Basically, when you recently update your Windows system or make any changes in the Outlook Settings, then there is a high chance of asking about your password again and again while log-in into Outlook. Learn the desired steps to solve this problem or contact Outlooks Support to get help from experts.

Why Outlook Keeps Asking for Password?

Because of the following reasons, you are being asked for your Outlook password:

  1. Outlook Settings: Sometimes, there is a problem with Outlook app settings which causes Outlook Keeps Asking for Password problem.
  2. Upgrade Windows: In some cases, Windows update can reset your deliberately set preferences for certain apps. That’s why, it can also be the one reason for the occurrence of this issue.

Solutions to Fix ‘Outlook Keeps Asking for Password’ Error

In order to hands-freely cope-up this error issue, let’s have a glimpse at the below points and try to follow them:

Solution 1: Clear Cached Password

 

The first step you should take to resolve Outlook Keeps Asking for Password problem is to clear your cached password located in the Control Panel. To do so, give a try the following steps:

  1. First, go to the “Start” menu and then open the “Control Panel”

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  1. Set the View By which is at the right-hand side of the address bar, to Large Icons
  2. Now, navigate to the “User Accounts”

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  1. Click on ‘Manage web credentials’ from the left-hand side

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  1. Choose the credentials for Lync, Outlook, and Microsoft in both the Windows Credentials and Generic Credentials

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  1. Click on “Details” and then select “Remove from Vault”

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  1. Now, close the Control Panel window and then restart your PC

Check whether the error fixes or not. If yet the same problem persists, continue to the next solution.

Solution 2: Enable “Remember Password” Option

In some cases, due to silly mistakes, the error occurs. If you haven’t check the Remember Password option during login, then it might be causing such a problem. In such an event, you have to ensure that the “Remember Password” option is enabled. Here’s how:

  1. Go to Control Panel using Windows start icon.

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  1. Click on the ‘User Accounts’ option

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  1. Choose your account under the Email tab

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  1. Once you have selected your account, a window will pop-up on the screen, scroll down to the bottom, and find the ‘Remember Password’ option. Make sure it is checked. If not, give a click on the check-box

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Still, Outlook asking for the password? Continue to the next solution.

Solution 3: Uncheck the option “Always Prompt for Logon Credentials”

Your outlook application might be notifying you to enter the password again and again because of configuring it. Go through the given guidelines to annihilate:

  1. Quick launch Outlook on your Windows
  2. Navigate to the File menu and then select “Account Settings”
  3. Under the Account Settings section, choose the “Account Settings”
  4. Select your account and click on the “Change” button
  5. Tap “More Settings”

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  1. Shift to the Security tab
  2. Deselect the ‘Always prompt for logon credentials’ option under a user identification
  3. And then tap “OK”
  4. Now, close your Outlook window

Solution 4: Create a New Profile

Sometimes, the Outlook 2013 Keeps Asking for Password can happen due to a corrupt profile. So, to overcome this problem, you have to create a new profile. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Make sure that Outlook is not opened on your PC
  2. Go to the “Control Panel” and then ‘User Accounts’.

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  1. Tap the “Mail” option and then click ‘Show Profiles’.

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  1. To create new profile, select “Add”

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  1. Enter the name of the new profile and then press “OK”
  2. Afterward, enter your name and email address

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  1. Hit “Next” and then click “Finish”
  2. In the end, select your profile as the ‘Always use this profile’ and then tap the OK button

Solution 5: Update Outlook

If none of the above-solutions are effective in resolving the Outlook Keeps Asking for your Password error, then there might be something wrong with your Outlook application itself. Therefore, what you should actually do is to update your Outlook application with the latest version. Here are the steps to do that:

  1. Open up Outlook, then go to the File tab and then select the “About Outlook” option

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  1. Select “Office Account” from the list and then tap “Update”

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  1. At last, select the “Update Now” tab to search for any available updates

Contact to Dexterous Techies If the Problem Unsolved

Stop pulling your hairs if none of the given troubleshooting methods is helpful in exterminating Outlook Keeps Asking for Password as we have a technical team who will assist you. So, make a connection with them via placing a call on a 24/7 accessible helpline number. Get in touch with them until your problem solves from the root.