I have one user that when he is on RemoteApp Outlook 2010 on his ThinClient, when he composes a new email or reads and old email, tasks, cal entry etc... those windows open up behind the main Outlook screen. It does not happen all the time, but enough to annoy the MD! (of course if always happens to him).
I have tried the below link with instructions,
Registry keys for Outlook add-ins are located in HKey_Current_User\Software\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins. Each add-in has a DWORD called LoadBehavior. According to this thread, if the value is set to 3 instead of 2, this will cause Outlook’s main window to be at the top of the Z stack when the window is open, preventing any other window opening in front of it.
The corrective action is to change those values back to 2 and restart Outlook. What I am struggling to find is an explanation of what these values mean. This article, for example, actually suggests that 3 is the correct value and that setting it to 2 actually disables the add-in! In which case, all I’ve ended up doing is disabling two add-ins in my copy of Outlook and, for some really bizarre reason, one of them seems to be causing the Outlook window to stay on top!?!?!
But after a reboot of the server, it did not work.
There are 30 others that use the Outlook RemoteApp, with no issues.
Server has latest Sp and upgrades and Office 2010 too.