Right now, we've got a business critical application that installs an Outlook add-in. It is a bit slow to load, which makes Outlook 2013 kill it after a few runs, but I've mitigated the issue of Outlook 2013 killing the add-in by using the Office 2013 Group Policy Administrative Templates "List of managed add-ins" policy.
I don't see a similar policy in the 2007/2010 templates, and have to remove the resiliency key from the user's profile whenever the key gets added for whatever reason. Is there a way that I can replicate the functionality of the 2013 policy for 2007 and 2010, or even disable resiliency entirely if granularity is not an option? If so, how?
I've found several ways to selectively kill the plugin-specific resiliency subkey automatically, but this still requires the user to restart outlook if the plugin doesn't load because it was disabled automatically.