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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by alexenjen, Feb 9, 2007.

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  1. alexenjen

    alexenjen Thread Starter

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    I need to create the following reg key, but i cannot find "Policies\Microsoft\Security" in the registry.

    The Registry setting is a new DWORD value named CheckAdminSettings, which you must create in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Security
    If the CheckAdminSettings value is present and set to 0, or if it isn't present, Outlook will use the full locked-down settings of the Outlook E-mail Security Update. If the value is set to 1, Outlook will look in the Outlook Security Settings public folder both for a new set of default settings and for exception group settings for the current user. For Outlook 2002, setting the value to 2 causes Outlook to look in the Outlook 10 Security Settings public folder. (Note that the Outlook 2000 readme.txt file contains incorrect information about how the key works. The MSKB article OL2000: Administrator Information About the Outlook E-mail Security Update has the correct details.)
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    Then you have to create the entire key structure.
     
  3. alexenjen

    alexenjen Thread Starter

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    can you show me how??
     
  4. DoubleHelix

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    Working with the registry is potentially very dangerous. If you don't know how to create a registry key, perhaps you shouldn't. Is there a reason you want to add this key?
     
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