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I need to disable an Outlook 2003 add-in for about 1200 users.  Anyone know where this is stored in the registry?  I've searched for hours to no avail.  It's a message classification add-in that we use in the military and we are installing a different vendor's app and I need to disable the existing one.  It doesn't uninstall clean.
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schofillh,
I'm taking a stab in the dark here, so fogive me if this isn't what you were trying to do but I had a similar situation when an antivirus product was not uninstalled properly and I couldn't get it out of outlook.

I ended up added a reg file to the logon script to manually remove it via the registry. I made a reg key that look like this....

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Exchange\Client\Extensions\]
"avast! 4"=-

That removed the "Avast 4" add in. I hope this helps you get to your goal.
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Thanks.  That seemed to do the trick.
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