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Centrally configuring Outlook 2007 with Exchange properties

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We are moving our Exchange server from a hosted solution to an in-house server. Is there a way to centrally reconfigure all clients with the new server settings? The email address and account name will remain the same but the Exchange server will change. In addition the RPC/HTTP properties will also change. Looking for a vbscript or group-policy approach to do this. thanks!
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You might want to start here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc178945(v=office.12).aspx

The Microsoft Office site has a lot of info in pushing the PRF files to your clients.
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Followed the directions in this article and managed to get it working both interactively and via the (silent) regedit approach. thanks!
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