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How do I GPO encryption for offline files?

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I have create a GPO that will tell my clients to encrypt offline cache files.
Where is THAT setting?
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Check in Computer Configuration |  Administrative Templates | Network | Offline Files | Encrypt Offline files cache

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Mike
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Hmmm, that subfolder looks different. It says "Administrative Templates: Policy definitions (ADMX files) retrieved from the local machine".

I googled ADMX and found out that this is some new format off using GPO's with vista and above computers. Fine. But doing simple GPO's, do I need to worry about this, or will making a policy change and enabling it work just fine?
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