Restriction in Outlook 2010

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I keep getting the message. This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. I can't click on anything and open it up. How do I fix this problem?

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 7
ASKED: July 16, 2013  11:39 PM
UPDATED: July 17, 2013  11:30 AM

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Hi,

   Just check the
connection and profile in Outlook application. If you find no problem on these
points then consider rest factors. Operational barrier in Outlook is almost
outcome of damage in PST file. So tackle you PST file to judge its current
status. If any problem is encountered then use the feature of inbox repair
tool. To know this repair tool and working procedure, read at:

How to use Inbox Repair tool to repair pst file in Outlook

or

Repair Outlook Data Files (.pst and .ost)

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  • TomLiotta

    I can't click on anything and open it up.

    Where are the things that you are clicking on? Are these icons on your desktop? Are they programs in your 'Start' menu?

    Are they links in e-mail? If they are links embedded, then it's probably a good idea that they don't open when you click on them. That's especially true if you don't know enough about your e-mail client to know how to enable and disable links.

    Do you own and control and configure the PC? Or is it a business PC that is managed by another staff member?

    Tom

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  • Amanda lakai
    The common reason for the issue is that there is no default Internet browser registered in Windows properly. For this go to Start-> Default Programs and set your default program as IE there. If you have only single Internet explorer then, click “Choose defaults for this program”, to deselect all the defaults for the browser, save and apply. If it’s not the issue with browser then registry fix is the solution for this issue. Get more Info about the procedure at: http://www.blogcoward.com/archive/2010/11/20/Outlook-2010ndashThis-operation-has-been-cancelled-due-to-restrictions-in.aspx
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