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Hi I try to show the Mail Control Panel item in Windows 2008 R2. I only type the Name "Mail" in to the "Show only specified Contol Panel items Properties" in the Group Policy.

In Windows 2008 R2 that doesn't work and theres no item in the Control Panel to configure Outlook 2010 Profiles. I already tried with: Mail and Mail(32-bit).

I didn't find the suitable entry on on the side:

Kind regards Mischa

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Is Outlook actually installed on the server? – joeqwerty Sep 2 '10 at 12:37
Yes, Outlook is installed. – Mischa Sep 2 '10 at 14:28
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I have been having the same issue, after doing some searching on the web I found the solution, You need to add the following to the allowed list:


This is the page that I found:

Hope this helps.

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Hi I have Server 2008R2 and I apply the GPO on windows 7 32 bit with office 2010 32 bit.

and this is work's for me


I hope it's will help for everyone.


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