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Installing Outlook client non-laptop for non-admin

Installing Outlook client non-laptop for non-admin

Installing Outlook client non-laptop for non-admin

I've read the implmentation manual and it appears that the user that needs to use CRM on a PC has to be the one to install it and we must add group policies to allow this.  This will NEVER happen.  

I installed the outlook client with my user on a PC (I have domain admin rights) but CRM only appears in Outlook under my profile.  

What's the deal?  With Outlook, any user that logs into a PC gets a profile created so they can use email.  Why is CRM not doing the same?  We cannot have our regular users intalling applications.

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