How to enabled/disable Outlook add-in in registry?

How to enabled/disable Outlook add-in in registry?

Anchor Outlook add-in is not working correctly and causing an issue with Outlook.
Admin can enable or disable Outlook add-in directly from the registry of windows machine by following the below steps.

1) Open registry edit on the windows machine.
2) Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\DAtAnchor\Parameters\MSOfficePlugin.
3) Change the OutlookNewMail and OutlookPreview registry value to 0 to disable add-in and 1 to enable the add-in. 

Note: Users won't be able to send the anchored file as a link using Outlook and preview anchored files in Outlook once add-in is disabled in the registry.
Please also create a support ticket here regarding the issue.
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