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To con gure the Custom Form Security settings, follow these steps: 1. In Group Policy, go to User Con guration\Administrative Templates\Classic Administrative Templates (ADM)\Microsoft Of ce Outlook 2007\Security\ Security Form Settings\Custom Form Security. 2. Select Allow Scripts In One-Off Outlook Forms if you want scripts to be executed when the script and the form layout are contained in the message. 3. Set the Outlook object model Custom Actions execution prompt to specify the action that Outlook 2007 takes if a program attempts to execute a task using the Outlook 2007 object model. Select Prompt User to have Outlook 2007 prompt the user to allow or deny the action. Select Automatically Approve to allow the program to execute the task without prompting the user. Select Automatically Deny to prevent the program from executing the task without prompting the user. Select Prompt User based On Computer Security to use the Outlook 2007 security settings. 4. You can select Set Control Itemproperty Prompt and then con gure the action that Outlook 2007 takes if a user adds a control to a custom Outlook 2007 form and binds that control to an address information eld (such as To or From). Select Prompt User to have Outlook 2007 ask the user to allow or deny access to the address elds when the message is received. Select Automatically Approve to allow access without prompting the user. Select Automatically Deny to deny access without prompting the user. Select Prompt User Based On Computer Security to use the Outlook 2007 security settings. To con gure legacy Microsoft Outlook settings, follow these steps: 1. In Group Policy, go to User Con guration\Administrative Templates\Classic Administrative Templates (ADM)\Microsoft Of ce Outlook 2007\Security. 2. If you do not want users to modify the Level 1 and Level 2 attachment lists, select Prevent Users From Customizing Attachment Security Settings. 3. To remove le types from the default Level 1 attachment list, select Allow Access To E-Mail Attachments, and then provide a list of le name extensions (without a period) in the List Of File Extensions To Allow eld. You can enter multiple le name extensions separated by semicolons.
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After you have con gured the Outlook 2007 security settings, you have to enable the use of those settings by enabling Exchange Server security and selecting the Outlook Security Mode. You do this using the same administrative template that you used to con gure the security settings. To select the security mode for Outlook 2007, follow these steps: 1. Run Group Policy, and then open Outlk12.adm. Go to User Con guration\ Administrative Templates\Classic Administrative Templates (ADM)\Microsoft Of ce Outlook 2007\Security\Security Form Settings.
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2. Double-click Outlook Security Mode, and then select Enabled. Select Use Outlook Security Group Policy in the drop-down list, and then click OK.
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The preceding sections explained how to con gure attachment blocking for Exchange Server users. Non Exchange Server users can also control attachment blocking, although the method for modifying the attachment list is different. So if you use Outlook 2007 in a workgroup or on a stand-alone computer without Exchange Server, you can still control which attachments Outlook 2007 prevents you from opening. You simply have fewer options for controlling and applying security settings.
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If you modify the registry settings that affect the Level 1 list, you must restart Outlook 2007 for the changes to take effect.
Removing Blocked File Types from the Level 1 List
To change the Level 1 attachment list, you must modify a registry setting on your local computer. You can remove le types from the list, as well as add them. To apply the changes across multiple computers, distribute a registry script le. You can distribute this le through a logon script, place it on a network share for users to access, or send users a message containing a shortcut to the le. (For information about how to deploy registry les using a logon script, see the Windows Server help le.) Follow these steps to create the necessary registry settings and optionally export them as a .reg le for other users: 1. On a system with Outlook 2007 installed, choose Start, Run, and then type regedit in the Run dialog box. 2. In the Registry Editor, open the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ Microsoft\Of ce\12.0\Outlook\Security. 3. In that key, add a string value named Level1Remove. 4. Set the value of Level1Remove to include the le name extensions of those les you want removed from the Level 1 attachment list, without leading periods and separated by semicolons. The following example removes Microsoft Installer (.msi) les and Help (.hlp) les from the list: msi;hlp 5. If you want to share the customized registry with other users, choose Registry, Export Registry File. Select a location for the .reg le, and then click Save. You can then distribute the .reg le to the other users, as noted earlier.
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