Posts Tagged ‘policy’

Hi folks,

with Exchange 2013 ManagedFolders are no longer supported. This feature has been replaced by RetentionTags and RetentionPolicies.
The central management of custom folders is made more diffcult. The local user can apply the RetentionPolicies manual. A workarround for centralized management is the use of Exchange Web Services.

foreach ($rtTagin$getRTResp.RetentionPolicyTags) {
if ($rtTag.DisplayName-eq”1 Month Delete”)
$NewFolder.DisplayName=”My New Folder12345″

This is an example how to create a new folder and set the RetentionPolicyTag on that folder to a UserRetentionPolicyTag called “1 Month Delete”.

(Source: MSDN Blog)



Hi Folks,

today you’re often faced with IE compatibility issues – and of course with the technical solution of these problems.

Via GPO you’ve an easy way to roll-out compatiblity-view Settings in your Domain. You can set these values for machine and user context. Take a look at the users and computers settings.

Browse to:
User Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Internet Explorer -> Compatibility View

Policy: “Use Policy List of Internet Explorer 7 sites / Richtlinienliste von Internet Explorer 7 Sites verwenden”

When using the policy take care of following points:

  • For IE8 there must be specified domain name and not server or subdomain name, ie “” instead of “”
  • For IE9 there must be specified domain name or subdomain name, ie “” or “”
  • There must be no final slash “/” , ie “” instead of “”
  • These settings are used, but are not visible in the user GUI

    FYI: The list ends up in the following registry key configured:
    HKCU\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Browser Emulation\Policy List
    and contains for each configured domain a REG_SZ value.