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  • OWA Document Access

    Hi All

    Currently running Exchange 2007 in 2003 Domain - Use OWA over HTTPS and it all runs ok - I can enable access to Windows File shares via "Documents" but management have requested that this is only done for particular users - search google etc but cannot find anything on if this is possible

    Can anyone help ?

  • #2
    Re: OWA Document Access

    Not possible in Exchange 2007. Its an all or nothing setting.

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    • #3
      Re: OWA Document Access

      Never looked at this (so apologies if this is adaft reply!) but can you use NTFS permissions?
      cheers
      Andy

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      • #4
        Re: OWA Document Access

        I would sugest you to run the below command on the test user than the production user.

        To disable Documents at user level in OWA we need to set parameters OWAUNCAccessOnPublicComputersEnabled & OWAUNCAccessOnPrivateComputersEnabled to false.
        To disable these run below command:-
        Set-CASMailbox domain\test1234 -OWAUNCAccessOnPublicComputersEnabled:$False -OWAUNCAccessOnPrivateComputersEnabled:$False

        But you need to be carefull if you run the above command it will disable lot other feature with it so the commads you need to run is :-

        set-CASMailbox -identity "domain\test1234" -OWAUNCAccessOnPublicComputersEnabled:$False -OWAUNCAccessOnPrivateComputersEnabled:$False -OWAChangePasswordEnabled:$True -OWAPremiumClientEnabled:$true -OWACalendarEnabled:$true
        -OWAContactsEnabled:$true -OWATasksEnabled:$true -OWAJournalEnabled:$true -OWANotesEnabled:$true -OWARemindersAndNotificationsEnabled:$true -OWASpellCheckerEnabled:$true
        -OWASearchFoldersEnabled:$true -OWASignaturesEnabled:$true -OWAThemeSelectionEnabled:$true -OWAJunkEmailEnabled:$true -OWAUMIntegrationEnabled:$true -OWAWSSAccessOnPublicComputersEnabled:$true
        -OWAWSSAccessOnPrivateComputersEnabled:$true -OWAActiveSyncIntegrationEnabled:$true -OWAAllAddressListsEnabled:$true


        Before running above command go through this technet article(Read the last part carefully)
        which will answer you why you need to run such a big coomad for such a small feature
        http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../bb123962.aspx
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        Last edited by Dks; 13th March 2011, 00:12.
        Rgds,

        Dks
        MCP E2K3 & MCITP E2K7
        MCITP Enterprise Win2k8

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