Share LDAP Address Book via GPO

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I understand that it is possible to share LDAP address book individually to Outlook 2010. But, I would like to know how to make this possible via Group Policy Editor? Can anyone help me?

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Share LDAP Address Book via GPO



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Resources -> Alternatives -> Mixture -> Tackling 
Tackle Auto completion: examine "Nearby Deal with Book" as well as "Listing Server" 
Redact Lists -> Increase 
Base DN: cn=users,dc=example,dc=com 
Interface Quantity: 389 
Bind DN: [email protected] 
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Click Alright 
Click Okay 
Ensure the brand-completely innovative EXAMPLE.COM directory is chosen regarding "Listing Dining-room attendant" 
Click Okay 
Equipment -> Account Settings 
(Under the EXAMPLE.COM consumers account section) -> Constitution &Addressing 
Tackling: choose "Work with a various LDAP server." 
Established that to the brand-completely innovative EXAMPLE.COM listing. 
Click Ok 
Deal with E-publication: Choose the EXAMPLE.COM index, execute A look for. 
It might prompt you for a pass word.

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