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  • Configure Cache Mode on Share Terminal

    Hi there,


    we have some share terminals in our environment which are contained in the same OU. Is it possible to use group policy to make cache mode mandatory for whoever logged on these terminals?

    I created a test policy and enabled cache mode under:
    User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Microsoft Office -> Outlook 2003 -> Tools -> E-Mail Accounts -> Cached Exchange Mode

    However, when user logged in the machine, the "Uer Configuration" in the group policy under user's OU took higher precedence; therefore, my test policy didn't take effect at all.

    Any way that i can work around this? Thanks in advance!

    btw, we are using Outlook 2003 in our environment.

    A.

  • #2
    Re: Configure Cache Mode on Share Terminal

    Loopback processing will solve your problems

    Thread moved to GPO forum
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Configure Cache Mode on Share Terminal

      thanks moderator!

      can someone gives me more clue on regarding setting the loop back policy?

      or let me elaborate a little bit more.... eventually what i want to achieve is whoever logged in these share terminals, cache mode will be turned on automatically

      and when they are back to their own primary pc (on different OU container), online mode will be used.


      many thanks!!!

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      • #4
        Re: Configure Cache Mode on Share Terminal

        Probably easiest to go to the horses mouth:
        http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231287

        Basically, a loopback policy will re-apply the GPO for the computers OU after the user has logged on.
        Tom Jones
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        • #5
          Re: Configure Cache Mode on Share Terminal

          it works!! thanks for your information!

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          • #6
            Re: Configure Cache Mode on Share Terminal

            Glad to help!
            Tom Jones
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