How to: Resolve message “Microsoft outlook cannot provide scripting support. The feature is not available”

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  1. Kevin says:

    On terminal servers if the the GUID follows the users then if i make the change and copy the same GUID to all servers after a user has already got a GUID of some kind from one of the servers previously wont they still have the wrong GUID?

    • JCarlos says:

      Hi!

      I’m not entirely sure I follow what you are saying but the GUID being referenced here is an application GUID. What this means is that if you look through different computers the same GUID is used and it is user agnostic. Now, the GUID is version specific hence you need to check on an existing machine what that GUID is for your version of Office, but you can go to other machines and see that for the same version of Office even with other users on the same machine that GUID is the same. I hope this helps!

  1. January 8, 2012

    […]       1 Minute Ago I found a solution for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2007. You just need to run the installer with a special parameter to force it to install VBscript for outlook. Details can be found here: How to: Resolve message "Microsoft outlook cannot provide scripting support. The feature is not… […]

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