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How to disable Stationary in Outlook 2010 & Outlook 1013 in a GPO

Posted on 2014-03-11
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I have imported the Office 2010 and Office 2013 templates into Group Policy Object
I have disables All Signature which works
  I have gone to Group Policy Editor.
  Locate Administrative Templates > Microsoft Outlook 2013 > Outlook Options > Mail Format >Do not All Signature for e-mail message and enabled it and it is working.

However; when I try to disable Stationary I get no results.
  I have gone to Group Policy Editor.
  Locate Administrative Templates > Microsoft Outlook 2013 > Disable Items in User Interface > Custom > Double click to open “Disable command bar buttons and menu items”  Select Enabled. Click Show button after “Enter a command bar ID to disable”.
  And add the following value:
  5611, 14014, 14823, 12305, 16182, 13991, 12245, 12680, 12863, 12681, 12864, 12245, 12680, 12863, & 12681

Any suggestions?
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only ADMX files will load as templates
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You can still load ADM files as templates. You just have to right click Administrative Templates and select Add/Remove templates in the group policy editor. They will show up as Classic templates once they are imported.
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I was able to load the ADM files but it did not seem to to make a difference.  

I used a GPO to put in a registry setting and copy a file:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\15.0\common\mailsettings] "disablesignatures"=dword:00000001

and loaded a blank.htm to each computer's App data folder and I just override stationary.  It a little clumsy but it works.
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It works to override a user stationary choice and force a blank form.
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