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"Logon network security" Outlook 2003

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Does anyone know how to modify the setting in Outlook's Logon network security with a script?

These settings are accessed by going to Tools->Email accounts->View or change...->Change...->More Settings...->Security Tab

There is a drop down box at the bottom that says "Logon Network Security" I need to be able to script a change to these settings. I can't find any info about which key in the registry controls this.

Is there any other way to do it without using ControlClicks and clicking my way through the menus?

Thanks!

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Does anyone know how to modify the setting in Outlook's Logon network security with a script?

These settings are accessed by going to Tools->Email accounts->View or change...->Change...->More Settings...->Security Tab

There is a drop down box at the bottom that says "Logon Network Security" I need to be able to script a change to these settings. I can't find any info about which key in the registry controls this.

Is there any other way to do it without using ControlClicks and clicking my way through the menus?

Thanks!

The reg key is HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\Outlook. Change the settings of your profile and observe the registry changes. Unfortunately there is a lot of binary data, so you might not be able to figure out the correct place to change the registry values....

Cheers

Kurt


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do you know of a program that will monitor changes only to a specified key?

I tried using Sysinternal regmon, but that monitors eveything and there is too much to sort through.

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