Service Pack 1 for Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 provides continuous data protection for Windows application and file servers using seamlessly integrated disk and tape media and includes the following expanded capabilities:
In addition to enhancing the protection of each of the core Microsoft application workloads, additional capabilities have also been introduced with the release of DPM 2007 SP1, such as:
For details, refer to the post from Jason Buffington @ http://blogs.technet.com/DPM/
1) Add the enclosed VB script (rename the “signature.txt” to “signature.vbs”) as a login script for the domain user.
2) The script will be executed whenever the domain user logs on to his/her machine. It will grab the information for the user from AD and copies the same as “Signature files” in the user’s local machine. (In Vista -> C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Signatures\)
3) The signature file is automatically mapped to user’s outlook profile.
4) There are certain fields that are configurable i.e. you can choose the FONT size, FONT, Text etc. by modifying the following parameters in the script.
objSelection.Font.Size = "10" objSelection.Font.Name = "Arial" objSelection.Font.Color = "669999" objSelection.Style = "No Spacing" objSelection.TypeText "Thank you,"
5) For the Disclaimer requirement, you can create a Transport rule in the Hub transport server.
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The solution will not work for OWA and OMA i.e. if a user tries to send emails through OWA or OMA, the default signature will not be stamped to his outgoing email as the logic for signature in OWA/OMA is totally different (web based and not signature file dependent).