How to centrally select "No automatic filtering" in outlook 2010 for all users

I am intended to centrally select for all users  in outlook 2010 "No automatic filtering (Mail from blocked senders is still moved to the junk E-mail folder) option. Can you please help me to know how can I run any script or command to perform the same for all users belongs to exchange 2010. Recently I have been started to receive complains from several users that  many emails are going to their junk email instead of inbox.

I found the following useful link but did not talk about how to centrally select the option.
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PeteJThomasConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Yes, it probably explains it all in the links above, but you need to get your hands on the Office 2010 Group Policy Templates.

Once you have those ready for viewing in the Group Policy Management console, it's as simple as creating your new policy ("Outlook 2010 Settings" or whatever), turning the junk mail filter off using the pre-existing setting, and then applying it to the appropriate OU that contains all your users.

It sounds obvious but worth keeping in mind that the Office 2010 templates will only work with Office 2010 - If you have a mix of 2010 and 2007 then you will need both sets of templates.

Another option (most easily done with group policy preference in Server 2008), is to simply enforce the specific registry values yourself (without having to use the templates mentioned above).

If you create a new registry preference (just ask if you're not how sure how), it just needs to look like this:

Shows the registry preference for disabling junk filter in Outlook 2010
With the full key path being "Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook".

This does exactly what the template would do anyway...

We have a second registry preference too called "No Junk Protection" - I really can't remember if that's needed in addition to the disabling one above (probably not) but here it is anyway for thoroughness!

Junk Mail Protection Outlook 2010 registry preference
The full key path there is "Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Options\Mail"

We use a whole bunch of these to control Outlook, as we simply can't get approval to put the proper Outlook 2010 templates in a central store in our domain (just because its more of a 'nice to have' than a necessity!!).

Just some examples:

Our Outlook 2010 reg preferences...
Anyway, HTH!

ipsec600Author Commented:
Hi Pete, thank you for your excellent reply, I will check and update you.
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