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Windows Group Policy to prevent users from disabling the McAfee DLP Outlook Add-in in Outlook

Hi,

 

As per KB  Capture.PNGhttps://kc.mcafee.com/agent/index?page=content&id=KB84230  ; we have outlook 2010 and do not see the security folder in registry. please suggest

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Reliable Contributor denn
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Re: Windows Group Policy to prevent users from disabling the McAfee DLP Outlook Add-in in Outlook

I think you missed some ADMX files in AD. Download the latest ADMX and baseline GPO from Microsoft web page, import to AD. 

Also sometimes Microsoft provide different names for GPO (one name in guide but in real life this setting could be in another location or a little bit with different name), you need to check different location.

Re: Windows Group Policy to prevent users from disabling the McAfee DLP Outlook Add-in in Outlook

Hi Denn,

We are using AD 2003 version. Will it be because of that and if yes, is there any alternate option for enabling this option in windows 2003AD?

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Re: Windows Group Policy to prevent users from disabling the McAfee DLP Outlook Add-in in Outlook

Could you please review the below steps?

=> Specify the trusted add-in by using Group Policy

Once you have generated the hash value for the add-in, you must specify the add-in as trusted by entering in Group Policy the value generated by the program, paired with the add-in file name.

To specify the trusted add-in by using Group Policy

1.In Group Policy, load the Outlook 2010 template (Outlk14.adm) and go to User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Microsoft Outlook 2010\Security\Security Form Settings\Programmatic Security\Trusted Add-ins.

2.Double-click Configure trusted add-ins, and then click Enabled.

3.Click Show.

4.In the Show contents dialog box, click Add.

5.In the Add item dialog box, in the Enter the name of the item to be added field, type the file name of the COM add-in.

6.In the Enter the value to be added field, paste the hash value of the COM add-in that you saved when you ran the hash value calculation program.

7.Click OK three times.

The COM add-in can now run without prompts for Outlook 2010 users who use this security setting.

 

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