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how to disable outlook group policy

Posted on 2011-03-06
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Dear All,

Could any one help me how to disable outlook (only Outlook) using group policy. my laptop is OS: Windows Vista Business & Office 2007

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Question by:Ram Kumar Chellam
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if you have a legitimate need to do this, then ask your System admin to exclude you from the policy
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by:Ram Kumar Chellam
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Hi,

i dont want to do through my Domain Group Policys, i want to do it on my local computer using group policy

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It would be against EE policy to give help to circumvent policies applied by your administrator - if your request is legitimate then your administrator can do this for you
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Thanks for your reply, man i am the System Admin. i tried  with the Group policy in the local system its not working:

Group Policy -> User Configuration -> System-> Run Only Specified Windows Application,

i try but its now working, could you please give me the way how to do it

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