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I have a question about ccleaner and Microsoft Office 2013. It seems that ccleaner erases the entry that tells Microsoft office 2013 that it is currently signed in to Microsoft account. Whenever I run ccleaner, and then run Microsoft Office I am asked to sign in to my Microsoft account again. This happens every time I run ccleaner.  Does anyone know the entry that I need to add to the exclusion list prevents this from happening, and allow me to remain signed in?

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Disable Office 2013 cleaning to see if that works:

1. Open CCleaner.

2. Click the Applications tab.

3. Scroll down to the Applications section.

4. Untick Office 2013.

 

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Edit:

I guess, without actually knowing for certain that it could also be a Microsoft cookie you'd need to place into the Cookies to Keep section.

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Disable Office 2013 cleaning to see if that works:

1. Open CCleaner.

2. Click the Applications tab.

3. Scroll down to the Applications section.

4. Untick Office 2013.

 

Screenshot (click to enlarge):

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Edit:

I guess, without actually knowing for certain that it could also be a Microsoft cookie you'd need to place into the Cookies to Keep section.

 

It doesn't seem to be either of those.  I unchecked the Office entry, but was again asked to sign in when I restarted Office.   Also, there were no cookies listed on my system to keep after signing in again.

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Then I don't know. If you use the winapp2.ini community file perhaps look through that to make sure something extra isn't being cleaned.

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Try unchecking network passwords (I think it's in the windows explorer section of the first tab)

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