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force cached mode for outlook 2007 off for all users

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Does anyone know of way to force cached mode off for outlook 2007 for all workstations in a domain?
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Using Group Policy:

You'll need to add the ADMX Templates to your global store.  2007 Office system Administrative Template files

In group Policy Management, create a new GPO then edit.

User Configuration --> Polices --> Administrative Templates --> Microsoft Office Outlook 2007/Tools | Account Settings/Exchange/Cached Exchange Mode.

"Use Cached Exchange Mode for new and existing Outlook profiles" - DISABLED
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