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stop autoarchiving in outlook 2007-2013

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Hi Experts,

in our domain we use outlook 2007,2010 and 2013.
We want to disable autoarchiving, because it is saved locally on C drive.

Which GPO´s I have to set and disable this popup for users ?
Or is there a way to set a specific path for the archive for users ?
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