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is there a registry item which is responsible for this setting?
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- Your image didn't make it. Use the 'Add Image' button instead of typing in the tag name
- In any event, it's simple enough to find out. Use a lightweight snapshot tool to snap 'Before' and 'After' making the change.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: VBScab
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Hello VBScab,

- sorry can not find "Add Image" button.
- snapshot tool havent find it.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: xxMBxx
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- sorry can not find "Add Image" button. Hmmm...if you have IE v8, the button with the word IMAGE or, if you're using IE < v8 or some other browser, the button with the stylised picture of a mountain and the tooltip which saysAdd imageon it might be the one you want.- snapshot tool havent find it. No? Tried searching here on AppDeploy for the words 'lightweight snapshot'? You'll get bored after the first 20 posts, I'm sure.

Is there anything else you'd like to be spoon-fed while I'm here? Perhaps a step-by-step guide on coding a replacement for Microsoft Office?
Answered 07/15/2011 by: VBScab
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Answered 07/15/2011 by: xxMBxx
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Can you see the imageYes. Have you found and installed a lightweight snapshot tool so that you can take your 'Before' and 'After' snapshots? I'm guessing not...

I'm going to be kind...InstallWatch.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: VBScab
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You are guessing correct I havent installed lightweight snapshot tool it works without installing.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: xxMBxx
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What Ian meant was that you check what registry changes was made after you check the option, InstallWatch (and others) is a tool that would help in this investigation.

I'm not sure the option is available through OCT or by a "outlook profile" file.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: AngelD
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I'm not sure the option is available through OCT or by a "outlook profile" file. -> I am sure the option is not available throught OCT because it is an "outlook profile" %appdata%\microsoft\Outlook\profile name.SRS file setting. But maybe somebody have other know how. Maybe somebody edit the binary .SRS maybe somebody have found responsible registry settings.

I was in a think that Ian will konw that.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: xxMBxx
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I suspect you're going to have to build some VBA for this.

I haven't looked too far into it but it seems like the Accounts collection of Outlook's Session object might be where you should concentrate your efforts. Failing that, perhaps the Redemption COM object for Outlook might do.

Forgive my frankness but I think that, given the question, whichever might be the most suitable, either would be beyond your capabilities.

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Maybe not! Check this TechNet article.
Answered 07/15/2011 by: VBScab
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Looks like you found it Ian, wonder if the "picture" is for on- or offline mode.
Answered 07/17/2011 by: AngelD
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Hello,

it looks like it is possible to configure it via OCT, but I am affraid it is not. Please have a look on the picture. What do you think about it? The goal is to configure "Include the selected account in this group"

Answered 07/17/2011 by: xxMBxx
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Hello,

do you think it is impossible to control setting "Include the selected account in this group"?
Answered 07/19/2011 by: xxMBxx
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If their is an option for it in OCT I'm sure it's possible.
Did you have any members (users) in the "All Accounts" active directory group?
Have you checked the configuration in Outlook after installation with the configuration through OCT?
Answered 07/19/2011 by: AngelD
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Did you have any members (users) in the "All Accounts" active directory group? -> No there are no members nor group "All Accounts" in Active Directory. Why do you think there should be? Where did you read about connection between "All Accounts" and Active Directory?

Have you checked the configuration in Outlook after installation with the configuration through OCT? Yes, in OCT is not possible to configure it(can not find the option which control it). Have you seen my last picture, and the marked yelow possiblity, there is no reflection in OCT, but for all other it is.
Answered 07/19/2011 by: xxMBxx
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Where did you read about connection between "All Accounts" and Active Directory?
Sorry, I just assumed it would be connected to AD groups...didn't read that carefully as it says "Define grouops of Exchange folders" in your upper-right-corner image
Answered 07/22/2011 by: AngelD
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