|I found those three alternative solutions posted on various sites. One involves renaming a profile folder, another was to use Control Panel and move a profile to another user, and the third involved a registry change. These weren't a series of steps I was taking.|
When I remove the domain user from the local admin group they lose IE/Outlook from the start menu. So I am thinking it is a access right on some folder. I've tried assigning them to the Local User Group and Power User Group (separately) and still no access. Even editing the properties of Start Menu don't save. Also, once they are no longer local admin Outlook can't start.
I suppose I could start granting full control of various folders to the drive until they have full control of the drive to see if that resolves the issue.