How do I turn off Programmatic Access Security in Outlook 2013 on Windows 2008 Server

I am using outlook 2013 on a TS environment.  I am wanting to disable the programmatic access security to never warn.  Can this be accomplished through a registry edit?  Anyone else have a problem similar to this?  thanks
ntdesktopadminAsked:
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Marshal HubsEmail ConsultantCommented:
Yes, you can turn off Programmatic Access Security in Outlook 2013 through Registry Edit but only if you're the administrator then, perhaps the Outlook Group Policy object will let you to do that. You have probably got a shortcut key set up for it.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Outlook\Security

For each user, create DWORDs here with the value "2" and names as follows:

PromptSimpleMAPISend
PromptSimpleMAPINameResolve
PromptSimpleMAPIOpenMessage

Credit to trafsta (yes, you have to register - no, don't bother).

Now follow the steps given below:

1. You need to Open Registry Editor,
2. Navigate to the key,
3. Create the DWORDs and assign them the value.

For more info, you can visit:  https://www.outlook-apps.com/disable-outlook-security-warning/
Sushil SonawaneCommented:
Please refer below link to resolve your issue.

http://kb.politemail.com/?p=1039
ntdesktopadminAuthor Commented:
I was able to resolve this myself by setting up an Outlook profile on the administrator account and turning off programmatic access security to never warn.  It then made the change to all users.  No GPO or Regedit necessary.

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