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Last Updated: March 13, 2024


When Outlook is configured to save attachments by default to a network path, the following dialog can be seen for a while before the ‘Save As’ dialog finally loads:

Outlook Network path dialog

This is known to be happening in M365 Apps starting from the following builds: 

  • Current Channel: Version 2304 (Build 16327.20214)

  • Monthly Enterprise Channel: Version 2304 (Build 16327.20324)


Windows fixes are currently estimated for the following Windows patch Tuesday public updates below. Since these are estimated dates they may change and we will update the topic to reflect any changes. When we have the Windows update KB articles, we will include those here as well.

  • Windows 10 – April 23, 2024

  • Windows Server 2022 – April 9, 2024

  • Windows 11 21H2 – April 9, 2024

  • Windows 11 22H2/23H2 – April 23, 2024

  • Windows Server 23H2 – April 9, 2024


If you urgently need to workaround the issue or need a way to confirm the issue applies, use the following steps:

  1. Rollback the M365 Apps for a previous build: How to revert to an earlier version of Office.

  2. Set the WebClient service Startup type to Disabled through Windows Services:

    1. Open services.msc from Run (Win+R).

    2. Find the WebClient service and open its properties.

    3. Stop the service and change the Startup type to Disabled.

      Outlook Webclient properties

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