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    I want to restrict the computer name John_Doe from connecting to OWA on certain workstations
    within the LAN but he can access OWA from any computer in the world outside the org?

    Regards
    Last edited by jackx; 19th June 2006, 10:40.

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    Re: OWA and Logon Workstations

    sorry?
    please use smaller letters, and can you describe more in detail what the problem is?
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    • #3
      Re: OWA and Logon Workstations

      Dumber thanks for your replay

      problem >

      in my network i apply this option
      one user account name (library) and they have email in exchange and the user account has restrict to log on to Specific computers.


      now the user account (library) he can access from LAN to check email from computers is restricted .

      my problem is >
      when the user try to check email from outside of company WAN using OWA he cannot check email !!??


      Regards

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      • #4
        Re: OWA and Logon Workstations

        I don't think you can restrict the access.
        My only thought would be to add the server to the list of accepted machines, but I suspect that will allow the user to login from any machine.

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        • #5
          Re: OWA and Logon Workstations

          I tend to agree with Simon. You'll probably be better off with some sort of IPSec policy of Firewall combination.
          Cheers,

          Daniel Petri
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