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Removing Outlook Signatures using Group Policy on Server 2008 R2

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We have a 3rd party package installed now which will add signatures on the Exchange 2010 end, and now want to ensure that all the client's Outlook 2007 packages remove the signatures and ideally prevent them from ever using one again. I understand it's possible to do in Group Policy but I've never used that before so was hoping someone would be able to take me through it step by step if possible.
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