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How do I disable security popup in Outlook 2013 through terminal server?

security message users get using outlook 2013
Office 2013 is installed on 3 terminal servers.  Users access Outlook 2013 from logging into one of these servers.  They get the attached error when dragging something into Outlook.  I want to make that error go away for everyone without touching each individual workstation.  These are server 2008 with Xenapp installed.  Outlook is being published to the users workstation.  Any ideas?  thanks
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David Paris VicenteSystems and Comunications  Administrator Commented:
You can achieve that through GPO.

For better understanding about Outlook 2013 and Office 365 take a look here -> Overview of security and protection settings for Outlook 2013


Administrative Template files (ADMX, ADML) and Office Customization Tool (OCT) files for Office 2013 take a look here ->Administrative Template files (ADMX, ADML) and Office Customization Tool (OCT) files for Office 2013 take a look here

Or you can change or add registry keys by GPO -> Change Outlook's Programmatic Access Options

I hope this could help you.

Regards
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ntdesktopadminAuthor Commented:
I resolved this myself without any registry edits.  I setup an email account on the admin profile and changed the security setting inside outlook.  It saved it to all other profiles.
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ntdesktopadminAuthor Commented:
I resolved this myself.
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