I have tried pretty much everything from reinstalling the Domino Outlook Connector to putting in place the Kernal protection rule for all notes and outlook executables and it continues to shutdown my pc once outlook is lauched. I guess this one will require a TAC case.
You will want to make sure the notes connector exe is what is being added to the kernel only protection module. If I remember it is a different program all together between notes and outlook. You might want to try with these files listed below if they are on your system. I don't have the connector loaded so I can't verify the files. It also might depend on the version.
When you install Microsoft Outlook Connector for Domino, the Setup program (Msocsetup.exe) installs the files listed in the following table.
MSOC32.dll-A Message Application Program Interface (MAPI) connector that allows Microsoft Outlook Connector for Domino to communicate with a Lotus Domino server.
MSOCrc.dll-The resource file for Microsoft Outlook Connector for Domino.
MSOCep.dll-The file that displays the Password Settings dialog box.
MSOCp32.dll-The file that manages your local message store.
MSOCprc.dll-The resource file for MSOCp32.dll.
MSOCLog.exe-A command-line tool that logs information on connector activity.
PABImport.exe-A command-line tool that imports the contents of your Lotus Notes address book into Microsoft Outlook Connector for Domino.
PABrc.dll-The resource file for the PABImport tool.
Basically you need to find out what that executable name is for the connector app.
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