Restrict user to change outlook signature

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Group Policy
Outlook
Outlook Administration
Outlook Signatures
User restrictions
I created a script that will change the outlook signature of all my users.My problem is that they can edit the signature.I used the group policy to restrict the users using the outlook adm but it is not working.Can anyone help me on this? Thank you in advance.

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  • BrentSheets
    Moderator Note: Hi Jessbase1. Just wanted to mention that it's always best to reference the version of the software or product. For instance, is your question about Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, etc. Many times, the admin functions and settings change between versions. You can always provide more details by clicking the "Add to Discussions" button. Thanks.
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    Im using Outlook 2003 and my server is Exchanger server 2003 Hope you can help me because I have been searching this thru web but I can't find effective answers.
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