I am having a hard time figuring out how to simply force enable an add-in in Excel 2010. My current situation is that we have an Excel add-in that is installed on half of our corporate laptops. The add-in is essential to have enabled for the users that have it installed. The problem is, some users are disabling the add-in for random reasons. We would like to create a GPO that forces the add-in to be enabled and does not allow them to disable it. I cannot find this option in Group Policy Manager. This is what I am looking to accomplish.
1. For users that have the add-in installed already, provide a GPO that will enable the add-in and lock it down from being disabled.
2. For users that do not have the add-in installed, do nothing. (I am hoping that it doesn't throw an error if the add-in doesn't exist)
3. Create a REG file that will remove the GPO in case IT needs to troubleshoot with the add-in disabled. (this is just a separate file that we will keep on a shared drive in case it is needed)
The add-in is a XLAM file. I cannot find any policy setting within User Configuration --> Policies --> Administrative Templates --> Classic Administrative Templates --> Microsoft Excel 2010.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.