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How do I disable the "Publish Online" option for Outlook 2010 calendars?

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How can I prevent users from publishing their Outlook 2010 calendars online, using the Publish Online button?  The Exchange server is 2003.  WebDav on the Exchange Server is prohibited, but users can still publish their calendars from Outlook 2010.
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ON the initial setup of Office 2010
You can use the Office Customization Tool

Setup.exe /admin

So go to Misrosoft Office Outlook 2007/2010
Tools/Options
Preferences
Calendar Options
Microsoft Office ONline
Enable "Prevent Publishing to Office ONline", "Prevent Publishing to a DAV Server"

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Run Setup
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