Group Policy to Restrict Exchange Cache in Outlook.

Group Policy to limit users Exchange cache mode to 90 days.

How can I create a Group Policy in Windows 2008 server r2 to restrict their Exchange cache mode to 90 days with will be should be grayed out in Outlook 2013.

If you can give it to me in steps that would be great,
Bob BrownIT Asked:
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Download the gpo administrative template for your version(s) office
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In the below link click "To Configure Cached Exchange Mode settings by using Group Policy"
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
Yes, but this setting is to set OFFLINE connection, so if your user will be connected to your local network he will be consider as ONLINE user so this policy will NOT applied to him.
He will be able to see whole email history.

For ONLINE (connected to domain) users there is no way to shrink cached mode view.
timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
See the below screenshot on what the settings should be,  but I have it set for 1 month, you will need to set it for 90 days. Looking at the screenshot you can see the path to the admx templates for outlook under user configuration > policies > administrative templates > your version of outlook and there you will find the policy options to enable and modify.

Bob BrownIT Author Commented:
Can someone give me an example of applying the group policy to a OU.
FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Once you create the GPO apply it to your OU
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