You may encounter an issue where Microsoft Office keeps asking you to log into your Windows 10 PC. The login window keeps popping up repeatedly every few seconds even after you are already logged in. This appears to be a bug that can be concerning, especially when you are working on something important.
Fortunately, there are a few methods for solving this login problem. Let's see how.
Method 1: removing credentials
Step 1: Delete the credentials in the Control Panel
Step 1: Go to Home at the desk and type Control Panel in the search field. Left click on the result to open it Control Panel.
Step 2: A Control Panel window, click Seen from put it in Small icons. Now, click on the file Credentials Manager option.
Step 3: Now low Manage your credentials section, go to Windows credentials and find the file Office 365 credentials. It will seem ... MicrosoftOfficeXXData: XXXXXXXXX.
To remove all these credentials.
This way you can remove the credentials from the control panel.
Step 2: Using Microsoft Office Accounts
Step 1: Open any Office program, for example, MS Word and go to archive top left tab.
Step 2: Please select Accounts from the menu and under the user information section, log out of all your current accounts and close them all Office Applications.
Step 3: Via the registry editor
Step 1: press the Tasto Windows + R together on the keyboard to open the file run I send. Now Write regedit in the search box and press ok to open the file Registry Editor.
Step 2: A Registry Editor window, go to the following path:
Right-click on the file Identity folder and select To remove give the menu answer.
Now restart your PC and you should no longer see the Office Sign In Request error. However, if the problem persists, try the second method.
Method 2: delete cached files in the Upload Center
Step 1: Go to Home at the desk and type Office Upload Center in the search field. Now, left click on the result to open the application.
Step 2: A Load center window, click settings.
Step 3: A Microsoft Office Upload Center Settings window, click Delete cached files button.
print ok go out.
This should resolve the Office continuous logon prompt. If the problem persists, try the third method.
Method 3: Delete the email profile and credentials, then re-create it
Step 1: Go to Home at the desk and type Mail in the search field. Left click on the result to start Mail.
Step 2: Click on three horizontal lines at the top left and click Accounts on the menu.
Step 3: Under the Administration account select the user profile you want to delete.
For example, let's select the file panorama count here.
4 phase: In the next window, click Remove account from this device.
Click on Save button.
Step 5: Now that you are done deleting the email profile, you need to create a new email profile.
Follow the Step 1 e Step 2 as shown above to get the Administration account section. Now click Add account.
Now, follow the steps below as per the instructions to create the new email account.
The problem should go away now. If not, try method 4.
Method 4: check if encryption is enabled
Step 1: Open panorama on your PC and follow the steps below to enable encryption.
- To go account settings
- Click on Change settings
- press the More configurations option
- Click on Safety language
- Look for the option that says: Encrypt data between Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange and turn it on.
This should fix the Office sign-in prompt every few seconds. If the problem persists, try the fifth method.
Method 5: change OneDrive settings
Step 1: press the Windows + E keys together on the keyboard to open the file Browser on file. Now, on the left side of the panel, locate and right-click on OneDrive - Personal.
Click on settings on the menu.
Step 2: In the dialog box, select the file Office language. Go to Collaboration on files section and uncheck the box next to Use the Office applications to synchronize the Office files I open.
print ok to save changes and exit.
This should fix your Office sign in problem, but if not, try the sixth method.
Method 6: update Office
Step 1: Open any MS Office program, for example, MS Word. Go to archive tab and click Bill on the menu
Now go to Office updates section on the right side of the window, click Update options to expand and select Update now.
That's all. These methods should help you solve the problem where Microsoft Office keeps asking you to log into your Windows 10 PC.