Can someone explain or provide me with (or provide a link to) an easy to follow way on how to remove the Bluetooth add-in from all Office365 installed applications via Group Policy?
We have a client whose staff use Office365. Office365 applications are installed on the local workstations (Desktops and Laptops). All the workstations are connected to the domain.
They also use the Exclaimer software to manage their signatures. Whenever a change is made to the signature blocks in Exclaimer they get the issue of either in Word or Outlook (or both) asking to continually save changes to their respective dotm templates (i.e. every time they close a document or send an e-mail). Removing the Bluetooth Add-In for Word and Outlook temporarily fixes the issue (and yes, I do that as the Administrator account), but somewhere along the line it re-installs and re-enables itself and the issue occurs again. This is happening to a number of staff.
They have a mix of Windows 7 Professional and Windows 8.1 machines (all 64 bit).
What I'd like to do is have the Bluetooth add-in removed from all installed Office365 application via Group Policy. I've searched Google but a lot of the solutions are doing my head in.
Note: I don't want to just disable the plugin. We want it gone completely.
Any and all help is appreciated.