Double click on Enable Automatic Upgrade and choose Disabled, then click Apply and close the dialog. Anyone can block the updates by setting the following registry key (create the keys if they are missing): HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\office\15.0\common\officeupdate DWORD: enableautomaticupgrade Value: 0 enableautomaticupgrade You'll need to close and restart Outlook for values under the policy key to apply.
Now I made a haproxy server to insert between squid and my mbx's.
The short term fix: you’ll need to re-install Office 2013 (or your previous version of Office) if you want to connect using Exchange services and access everything in your mailbox. The long term fix: Exchange 2007 needs to be migrated to Exchange 2013 or Exchange 2016 (or Office 365) if you want to continue to use Outlook 2016.
Tip: If you need to view a calendar stored in an Exchange 2007 mailbox, set the account up in the Windows Mail app and configure it to sync only the calendar.
Verify Outlook Anywhere is configured correctly: For my environment this is the output that works best for me: SSLOffloading : False External Hostname : mail.Internal Hostname : mail.External Client Authentication Method : Ntlm Internal Client Authentication Method : Ntlm IISAuthentication Methods : I hope this helps anyone else that have problems with credential prompts in Outlook.
Hi,i have setup an exchange 2016 site (three exchange mbx), in front of site one squid3 as ssl offloading.