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Is there a way to disable features in the “tools/options” of the Lync 2013 Client? We are new to Lync 2013 and have created a new policy via the Lync PowerShell and the settings that have been applied or configured there work, but we have an express need to manage the options settings. Any help is appreciated.
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Hi

Are there specific options you want to exclude or plain all options? For the latter i am not sure there excists a solution.
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There are several options we would want to control. Of the most important is the ability to enforce the saving of chat logs. Is there a specific policy function that will control these options?
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Yes, the Set-CsClientPolicy cmdlet in Lync Server controls the behavior of these settings for your users.  You can either modify the default policy or create new policies and then assign specific users to one or more policies.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398300.aspx

This blog article covers one of your examples, to get you started:
http://howdouc.blogspot.com/2011/07/completely-disabling-im-archiving-and.html
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Very helpful
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