Disable global updating
If you are using Microsoft Outlook 2010 configured for an IU Exchange account, any local contacts that exist in both the local Contacts folder and within IU's Global Address List (GAL) will automatically be synchronized.As a result, the local contacts information will be overwritten by the contact information contained within the GAL.
Moreover, one of the top reviews for Google Chrome was a 2-star one, dated , also alleging a forced autoupdate!Discrepancies in contact telephone numbers might occur when the telephone entries in users’ Outlook Contacts folder are created in a different format from the one that is used in the corporate GAL.For example, a locale might require one kind of telephone number prefix format for calling from inside the country and another prefix format for calling from outside the country.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. After completing this tutorial you will have configured Microsoft Outlook to always reference the latest version of the global address book directly from the email server rather than referencing a downloaded local copy. After following these steps, you will only be able to access the global address book while Outlook is connected to the server.If a user creates his or her Outlook 2010 contacts by using the prefix formats that are required to dial from outside the country, a “move correction” occurs when Outlook 2010 contacts are updated by using details from the GAL.
In a move correction, the telephone numbers that the user creates in his or her Outlook contacts are overwritten and moved to an adjacent telephone number field.
Using firewall or disabling Download Manager or restricting background data doesn't solve but evades the issue. Because as soon as you let Play Store connect the Internet (be realistic, you will open it one day) it should issue updates to whatever it was itching to update for so long, which means forced updates to Chrome may begin.
file in the current directory, it will use the exact versions from there instead of resolving them.
Pass it a package name, and the directory to create the project in.
You can use Group Policy to disable Microsoft Exchange global address list (GAL) synchronization with Microsoft Outlook 2010.
I work for a tech support group on my campus (IUPUI, Indianapolis) and recently was charged w/the 'job' of updating our outlook contacts list. I learned the hard way that Outlook 2010 is set to automatically update from the global address list.