When setting up new POP account on Outlook 2016, testing it makes sending and receiving shows the error 0x80004005.
Computer is joined to a local domain, and email being setup is a POP account provided by a different mail hosting server.

Solution: On HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Protect\Providers\df9d8cd0-1501-11d1-8c7a-00c04fc297eb,

create or set a new registry DWORD value, named ProtectionPolicy, set the value 1

Disabling notification (receiving email) didn't work.

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This article how to setup Draytek Vigor 2760 with iiNet FTTN/VDSL2 NBN plan.

iiNet supplied modem Technicolor TG789vac is blocking port 443 so OWA and Exchange ActiveSync for mobile clients are not working. Port blocking is enabled by default on iiNet so disable it via Toolbox or by ringing them.

I had to install the previous modem Draytek Vigor2760 back. NBN in client's premise is Fibre to the Node, so we are using the old phone line socket that was originally used when the client had the ADSL.

Screenshots below came up from an information combined from the following links:

Make sure you have the latest firmware for Vigor2760. At the time of writing, I am using the firmware Vigor2760_v3.8.2.2_VECTOR2.zip from http://www.i-lan.net.au/downloads/Vigor2760/Firmware/V3.8.2.2/Vigor2760_v3.8.2.2_VECTOR2.zip

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I believe this is caused by the 512byte sector size after I replaced one of the HDD which is part of RAID 1. There is no detailed log of the cause if you go to Event Viewer -> Applications and Servuces Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CertificateServicesClient-CredentialRoaming (anyway, I don’t know if that should where I should be looking at).

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