I'm trying to follow this article to use GPO to enforce a particular font for email messages. I'm using a 64bit Windows 10 machine, with Office 365 ProPlus installed (Version 1801, Build 9001.2171 Microsoft Store).
I cannot find the
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office registry key. It just doesn't exist!
Is there a different way to enforce Outlook stationary in Windows 10?
Or is it because it's a Microsoft Store app?
Or is could there be some sort of existing GPO that is preventing me from seeing that particular branch of the registry?
I've been Googling for hours, and I just cannot seem to find any applicable information on missing Office registry keys.
This key does not exist either
This one exists
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Common, but the
MailSettings sub key does not.
Where on earth are the mail settings stored?