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Deploying PRF file via Group Policy

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We are using a XenApp 6 server farm in an Windows 2K8 R2 environment.  We are tying to not save user profiles for large groups of similar users, so their shortcuts are all being created via Group Policy.  The only real issue left is their Outlook profile, which has to be setup after each login.

I want to use a PRF that I created from the Office 2010 setup to auto-setup their Outlook at login, but I cannot find out how to use group policy to achieve this.
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PRF?  Please explain.
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Thanks, works fine.  I found this before, but the registry was not working.  A few tweaks and is up and running.

Thanks.
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