AppSense allows a user’s application customizations to move to any managed device.  The benefit of this for the user is obvious as it creates a seamless experience, reduces user frustration, and reduces service desk calls.  In this post, I’ll cover what I’m capturing to manage MS Outlook in AppSense.

Application Tab

No surprises here, we’re going to capture the settings of outlook.exe.


Registry Tab

This exclusion is from AppSense best practice.  The must include this registry key in the Desktop Settings.


Folders Tab

\Microsoft\Proof Custom Dictionary
\Microsoft\Signatures Outlook Signatures
\Microsoft\Office AutoCorrect Entries
\Microsoft\Outlook Name cache, Address Books, Menu customizations, etc.


For a further explanation of where Outlook stores user information, check out this article from OutlookPower magazine.

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