Outlook is one of the most favourite desktop email clients offering smart management of emails. It has default security settings to secure your data. The pre-defined template for security can be implemented with some restrictions. If you have administrative rights, you can able to maintain the organizational needs by making changes accordingly. The Outlook security settings cannot be modified if you have the local PST file.
Precaution: while bringing some changes in the security setting, don’t forget to go through the prevention clauses because improper changes may make virus flow bitter.
To personalize MS Exchange security settings, choose OutlookSecurity.oft. It is an Outlook template.
The tool is used by security template to manage and control COM ADD-Ins which is known as Hastctl.dil, another file under Outlook security settings
Comdlg32.ocx carries the trusted code control. After selection of COM ADD Ins, users will come across this trust code control file.
The collection of templates deploying Exchange Server Settings which is under Readme.doc file, this is the fourth file of the security settings.
While you have administrative rights, you will be encouraged to make changes in the security of your Outlook two times. It is must to provide complete credential details, otherwise, the message “Operation Failed” will appear. It means the security settings are available but are not present in a healthy mode.