Outlook 2007 and Group Policies

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Google calendar
Group Policy Objects
Outlook 2007 calendar
I am trying to push out two Google Calendars to my Outlook Users using Group Policy. I have the Office extensions installed on a win2008 server and have been using them for some time. I have added the calenders URL address to the User ConfigurationAdministrative TemplatesMicrosoft Office Outlook 2007Tools | AccountsInternet Calendar Subscriptions, double-click Default Internet Calendar subscriptions. I have tried both the HTTP and the Webcal format.  I have tried both the Google ICS Private and Public Address.  I am unable to get the settings to add the calendars to end users Outlook. What am I missing here?

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 7, Office Outlook 2007

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