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Old 10-28-2011, 09:59 AM
seanpottinger seanpottinger is offline Outlook 2007 - Online Cache Mode issue Windows 7 32bit Outlook 2007 - Online Cache Mode issue Office 2007
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Unhappy Outlook 2007 - Online Cache Mode issue

I've been trying the last couple of days with Office 2007 Plus ( corporate version ) to get a silent office installation that has Outlook 2007 automatically set to online mode instead of cached mode. I want to use this becuase it will be run on VDI's and I don't want the OST cache etc.
I've tried using the Office Cusomization Tool kit with no luck so far? Am I missing some settings or gotchas? I've tried the version 2 one, creating or editing other MSP's and it always goes straight to cached mode when I test a user loggging on. Any help greatly appreciated.
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Old 10-28-2011, 12:19 PM
saigasmith saigasmith is offline Outlook 2007 - Online Cache Mode issue Windows 7 64bit Outlook 2007 - Online Cache Mode issue Office 2010 64bit
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Well cached mode is disabled by default, you should actually have to create a MSP to enable it.

The topic is covered here: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...-e9501783a0c6/
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