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    Outlook Anywhere keeps turning on...

    Good Morning All!

    Seems like ages since I've had to ask a question here...

    We've recently upgraded our Exchange Server, and moved from 2007 to 2010 in the process...

    Now when using Outlook in school, the Outlook Anywhere "Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP" keeps activating, and although it's getting all the correct data and is working, it'd be good to disable it permanently locally...

    If anyone can point me in the right direction, I'd be extremely grateful :O)

    Rick

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    Turn of OA if not using or use a GPO to set the Fast/Slow network settings...

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