The credentials window under Microsoft Outlook 2016

We have a problem with Outlook 2016 on virtual stations where the robot is running. After changing the robotic user password - required monthly - Outlook displays a window with domain login credentials.
The robot uses Outlook and cannot use e-mail through this window. The only solution is to manually enter each station separately and enter the password. The entered password is then stored in the credentials manager. The credentials window does not appear until the next change of the domain password.
The problem did not occur in Outlook 2010 version. Reinstalling Outlook, creating a new mailbox on the profile does not help.
We have done a lot of tests, checks and I am looking for a solution - did anyone have such a situation and how to solve it?

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@Daniel.Prusaczyk - Hello, I know this is an extremely old topic, but we’ve recently run into this as well. Did you ever resolve this?