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Enable Scripts in OUtlook - GPO?

Posted on 2009-05-06
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Hello. We migrated out Public Folders to Exchange 2007 and when we did, the Allow Scripts in Public Folders check box became unchecked for all of our users. In the past, we had another Public Folder form that set this. We want to migrate away from this practice as it is very outdated. We would like to use a GPO to enable scripts in Public Folders. Does anyone know the GPO setting for this, or a better way to complete this task?

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Please check this link .. to download the OUTLOOK  GPO template.. and make the appropriate changes..
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826170/
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