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Hi Experts!!!

I try to apply a GPO that disable Pop up calendar settings on Outlook 2010.

I apply the GPO under --> User configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Microsoft Outlook 2010 --> Outlook Options --> Preferences --> Calendar Options --> Planner Options --> Meeting Planner --> CHECK Disable

DC Windows 2008 Server
Client W7 + Office 2010 SP1
Exchange 2007

I had add admx files and templates of office 2010 on repository of DC.

In the client, reboot more times, apply gpupdate /force, and applys all policys except this...

Any suggestion? I'am desperate
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by:Ahmed786
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Below URL helps you to know how to set group policies in Outlook in different versions.

http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/policies.htm
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by:dickgilbert
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Thanks for you reply Ahmed786.

But the method that you described in your link I am using.

 In fact, there are other policies in Outlook 2010 that properly applied, except this.... :(
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by:Ackles
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Please run RSOP from Server, this will tell you if or why the policy is not applied.
Make sure you have logged the user once on the computer for which you run RSOP.

This will tell you the conflicts also, if any.

We take it from there.
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by:dickgilbert
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Hi Ackles!!

I execute RSOP, and I see that this policy applies fine, but in client Outlook still appears enabled.... :(

I attached the images

Is very very misterious....
Outlook2010.JPG
RSOP.JPG
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by:Ackles
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Can you please execute RSOP from GPMC on the Server?
That way you will see the complete thing in one shot.

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by:Ackles
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Please see the below:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/odsupport/rss.aspx

Can you confirm that you have Office 2010 SP1 installed, if yes then try the latest ADM files & post the result.

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by:dickgilbert
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Hi!!

I have installed a version: Micorosft Office Professional Plus 2010

version:  14.0.6023.1000

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by:dickgilbert
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This SP was already installed.

 I have downloaded this policy templates and I copied in DCs

The result is the same.... :(

The problem may be to use Office Professional PLUS 2010?
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by:Ackles
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Do you have a clean machine for running test
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by:dickgilbert
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I try to apply this policy on others machines, and the result is the same. This check not appears disabled. Always appears enabled.

I think that clean machine not working.....
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Any suggestions....

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by:Ackles
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Can you figure out the registry key for it?
If yes we can edit the registry with Group Policy preferences & make it work.

I don't have windows computer right now :(

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Any suggestions?
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