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Outlook 2010 GPO Settings - Missing On Clients

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Several Outlook 2010 GPO Settings are not appliying.
For example Cached Exchange Mode, Junk E-Mail Settings appear to apply to the user when running GP Modeling. But gpresult shows none of these settings.

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by:Glen Knight
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Have you run gpupdate /force

This forces a complete GPO refresh at the client side.
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by:deflint
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Yes I have run gpupdate /force from the client. It runs "successfully". I've also logged off and on, restarted, etc. No Group Policy Event errors either.
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what does rsop.msc tell you is being applied?
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by:deflint
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Same results shown using gpresult
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I made the mistake of adding the settings (that were not being applied), to the Default Domain Policy. I did learn that modifying the Default Domain Policy is not recommended. So I made a new Policy with the same settings and they applied just fine. Strange that most of the settings within the Default Domain Policy did apply, just not the ones I posted the question about. Anyhow by placing them in a new policy, they work.
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