Outlook 2010 turn off Cached Exchange Mode for roaming users

Dear Sir,

We had Windows 7 pro workstations with Microsoft Outlook 2010. These workstations let the user login as roaming profile. Each users logon to those workstations will create a Windows user profiles. Once they start using Outlook 2010, the cache file .ost will be built and grow up. So dozen users will make the C:\ drive (i.e. 256 SSD MB) full.

Can we change all the roaming profile users do not use the exchange cached mode?

Please advise.

With regards,
Wataw
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
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Outlook 2010 how to prevent .ost files
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Brandon DubeDirector of ITCommented:
You will want to use group policy to make each of the roaming computers use non-cached mode by default. You can download the outlook 2010 admx files from Microsoft here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18968

Using these and group policy structure apply a policy to these computers that makes users default to non-cached mode when they login. You'll probably need to go back and clean up the existing large OSTs once you implement this though.
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