None of those options are available to me.
- I have no "SharePoint Lists" in Outlook 2010.
- My Office 2010 Apps Save/Send only has a root / listed as My Site. When I right-click, nothing happens.
- As I previously mentioned, the SharePoint site no longer exists because it was only setup for a class I taught back in May 2012. So, I can't solve the issue from the SharePoint side.
This is very annoying. I can no longer use this laptop to teach Office courses because the pop-up interrupts. I can no longer give professional presentations at conferences. I cannot figure out how to remove this configuration. Please
help me! I've searched thru my Registry for all URLs related to the location of the old SharePoint site and I've removed them all. But, I'm still getting the annoying pop-up message about every hour or so. Would someone at Microsoft please
help me clean this thing off my laptop WITHOUT uninstalling and reinstalling everything??
I found the solution!! I found the solution!! (na, na...na, na, na) I'm so proud of myself, I could just sing! After MONTHS of no response from Microsoft on this issue, I stumbled into the solution today. I don't understand
why Microsoft has not made this solution public because I've found lots of posts on the Internet of frustrated folks fighting with this same obnoxious issue. So, here it is, folks. Below is the solution to remove that annoying, disruptive,
Windows Security Login pop-up that won't go away after your SharePoint site is permanently shutdown:
Step 1: Go to your Control Panel and locate the "Credential Manager". In Windows 7, the path is Control Panel>User Accounts and Family Safety>Credential Manager.
Step 2: Under the Windows Credentials section, locate the login username(s) that keep(s) popping up. In my case, I had two of them because I taught courses at two different client sites using a temporary "classroom" SharePoint server at each
Step 3: To the right of the login name, click the down-arrow. Review the login information to confirm this is the credential you want to eliminate. Click "Remove from Vault".
That's it! After months of annoying pop-ups they are now gone. Poof! Hope you find as much joy in this solution as I did. :-)