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How to permantely disable attachment preview in Outlook 2010 - group policy

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How do I disable attachment preview in Outlook 2010 in GPO
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Firstly install the Outlook 2010 ADMX templates. Read here for howto http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179081.aspx)

Then set the policy setting found in
User config-Policies-Administrative Templates-classic administrative templates-Microsoft Oulook 2010- Outlook Options-Preferences-email options-Do not allow attachmentPreviewing in outlook.
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