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Outlook 2007 Group Policy Setting Preview Attachment

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We use the Outlook 2007 Administrative Template through group policy and I need help finding which setting would stop our users from being able to change File Previewing Options in the trust center of Outlook 2007.  Basically we want to enable this for our users through group policy but i'm struggling to find the settings.  See attachment.
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I found the setting, it was Allow only per user or approved shell extensions which can be found here - User Config/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Windows Explorer.  problem solved.
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Found setting in group policy.
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