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Set Authentication Default in Outlook 2007 Group Policy

I'm trying to determine if (and where) there is a GPO that allows me to automatically check the "Security - User Identification - Always Prompt for Logon Credentials' check box for all users.
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sfarazmandCommented:
You will need the Office/Outlook Templates. See the links below to download the template and more information.

http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/policies.htm

http://www.petri.co.il/establishing-group-policies-for-outlook-2007.htm


You would usually want outlook to authenticate using the login unless you have a kiosk where you want everyone to be able to use outlook using the same login (still doesn't make sense).
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cunnijAuthor Commented:
Thanks - I've already downloaded and opened the templates and read the petri article; I'm having trouble finding the right setting as described in the original question.

As to the 'why' - Our parent company is migrating us to their Exchange server which is on a different domain. We need our users to authenticate with the parent company domain credentials and not their existing.
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sfarazmandCommented:
Off the top of my head check tools - email accounts or exchange settings. In your Outlook GP
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cunnijAuthor Commented:
There is not a setting in GP that allows you to have that box checked
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