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Command to check Outlook client settings

Last Modified: 2020-10-23
We are migrating our Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016, but we cannot use directly because we still have clients running Outlook 2010 (without SP2).
As a temporary solution, we will opt for Outlook Anywhere. For that, we applied a GPO that updates Outlook settings for users to use RPC/HTTPS (Outlook Anywhere protocol) instead of the old RPC/TCP
I would like to know now, if there is any powershell command to check, per user, if Outlook is using Outlook ANywhere or not?
Thank you in advance,
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