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ADM Template Problems

Posted on 2011-02-25
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Hi all,

I am hoping some guru can save my sanity :) I have been trying to create the adm template below to change a D_WORD value from 0 - 1 etc.. it does not seem to be working but from what i can see it looks fine.. any help would be appreciated:

CLASS MACHINE

CATEGORY "PST"

POLICY "PST ACCESS"

EXPLAIN "This setting will turn on or off access to the PST menu in outlook 2003"

KEYNAME "Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook"
 
VALUENAME "DisablePST"
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0

END POLICY
END CATEGORY


Dan
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What exactly does "it does not seem to be working" mean?
If the issue is that you see the categories, but not the policy, then in GPEdit, right-click "Administrative Templates", choose "View > Filter", and uncheck "Only show policies that can be fully managed".
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It means that the values were not changing. But I think I was being too hasty, this seems to be working fine. As usual a little bit of patience is needed.

Regards

Daniel
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Patience!
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