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In Outlook 2010, how do I disable the creation of PSTs through group policy but allow users to maintain access to their existing PSTs, and not add to it, if possible.

I am going through the process of archiving the PSTs them off, but until the process is completed, users still need to access their PSTs temporarily.

Thanks.

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Read throught the below step-by-step guide to disable the ability of users to add new PST

http://msexchangeteam.in/how-to-disable-microsoft-outlook-2010-pst-creation-feature-using-group-policy/
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Just to verify, would you still be able to access your existing PSTs after doing this?
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Yes, this only disables the ability to add additional PST files to a profile.
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