Unknown Error (0X800488Fe) 800400Fe ?

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Like the title says, I get a "Unknown error (0x800488fe) 800400fe" when trying to configure my domain for remote access. This happens right after I enter my email address and password. Is there a way I was unregister that domain with MS and use the same domain under a different live account? Any ideas what could be wrong?

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I figured it out. For some reason my hotmail account was locked. I didn't know since I haven't used that one in about 5 years.

Thanks any way.

For the record, is there a way to get rid of the domain name? Can I detach it from that account and attach it to a different one?

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