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  • EAC-Protection Malware Filter

    I'm trying to Configure/modify my content filter under EAC, but I don't see my options, only malware filter, so in my EAC I don't see connection filter, content filter, etc, etc,. the option below I don't get or see.

    I'm logged on as Admin with all the correct rights, my exchange server is up to date with Sp1 for exchange 2013

    1. In the Exchange admin center (EAC), navigate to Protection > Connection filter, and then double-click the default policy

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    Re: EAC-Protection Malware Filter

    this is a bit confusing, so NO I shouldn't install the script because I only have a CAS or yes go ahead and do install it....



    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...xchg.150).aspx

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      Re: EAC-Protection Malware Filter

      There is no GUI for the anti-spam agents on Exchange 2013.
      Therefore if you only have one server you should run the script to install the agents, but you will then need to configure it using EMS.

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