Need to disable auto archiving and PST's in Office 2003 for Windows 2008 terminal server

Posted on 2011-09-29
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Hey guys i got a question,

I'm rolling out a new Windows 2008 Terminal server and installed Office 2003. I want to be able to disable the ability for users to autoarchive and use PST's. I found a Microsoft article to perform a registry edit on Windows 2003, but the same registry path does not exist on Windows 2008. Anyone know the registry edit to do this?
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