How to disable "sharedfolderscript" using Group Policy?


P

Peter

In Outlook XP SP3 and afterwards, there is a registry key
"SharedFolderScript" in
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook\Security to control
the VB script access for shared mailbox. How can I deploy this registry key
by using group policy?
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

Create a new .adm file (better than editing the existing one) with that policy included, then add it to the administrative templates in the group policy editor. The contents of the new .adm file could be something like this, but you have to decide where in the hierarchy ("CATEGORY") to put it:

CLASS USER

CATEGORY "Microsoft Outlook 2002"
CATEGORY "Tools | Options..."

POLICY "Disable scripts for shared folders"
KEYNAME Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook\Security
PART "Check to disable scripts for shared folders" CHECKBOX
VALUENAME SharedFolderScript
VALUEON NUMERIC 0 DEFCHECKED
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END PART
END POLICY

END CATEGORY
END CATEGORY
 
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Peter

Thx Sue!!!

Create a new .adm file (better than editing the existing one) with that
policy included, then add it to the administrative templates in the group
policy editor. The contents of the new .adm file could be something like
this, but you have to decide where in the hierarchy ("CATEGORY") to put it:

CLASS USER

CATEGORY "Microsoft Outlook 2002"
CATEGORY "Tools | Options..."

POLICY "Disable scripts for shared folders"
KEYNAME Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook\Security
PART "Check to disable scripts for shared folders" CHECKBOX
VALUENAME SharedFolderScript
VALUEON NUMERIC 0 DEFCHECKED
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END PART
END POLICY

END CATEGORY
END CATEGORY
 

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