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    hello guys!!!!!

    i'm new to the site,,just joined..

    however i have a problem which i need urgent assistance....i'm running exchange server 2003 on windows server 2000 and connecting to the outside world usiung linux...i would like to a group of users to access internet at specific times during the day e.g. betwwen 1300 - 1400 hrs and at 1600 - 1700hrs. then another group that will have full access.. what do i need to do on the exchange server to block internet access to particular group of usersd???

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    Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

    Thread moved and title changed.

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    Jeremy

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    • #3
      Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

      What does internet access have to do with your email server?
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      • #4
        Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

        Rules are great'n'all, but where did this thread end up?

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        • #5
          Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

          And the relevance of that is?

          btw, the thread ended up in the Misc forum, where it will stay until the OP comes back with any more info
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          • #6
            Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

            Originally posted by mojekit View Post
            connecting to the outside world usiung linux
            Install a proxy server on your gateway. Not overly sure how/why you would want to tie this in to Exchange?
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            • #7
              Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

              Originally posted by gforceindustries View Post
              Install a proxy server on your gateway. Not overly sure how/why you would want to tie this in to Exchange?
              I think mention of Exchange is a red herring
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              • #8
                Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

                Most likely, but I've seen all sorts of weird setups in my time. At a school I used to work at, we ran ISA 2004 on Server 2003 as the proxy and MDaemon Pro (resists temptation to rant) for email. When the school first opened they brought a firm in to provide all the servers and computers and set everything up.

                First off, two domains? Why? One for staff, one for students. All users for a domain in a single OU, all computers for a domain (including member servers and the domain controller in a single OU. No group policies other than the default domain policy. Separate forests, no trust. Dedicated proxy and email system for each domain.

                More importantly, whenever MDaemon crashed, it took ISA down as well. On a different physical server.

                Stop me if I start rambling it is *somehow* possible to get your proxy and email servers reliant on each other, but I wouldn't recommend it.
                Gareth Howells

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                • #9
                  Re: Exchange Server 2003 time restrictions

                  Wow, I feel like I'm reading a totally different thread from the 'post has been moved, question but no answer' thread I was looking at moments ago. Ta for the info on the Misc forum. That was the relevant info.

                  Just to clarify what I came here looking for - it wasn't especially tech, just time-saving. 'Logon Hours' under AD Users & Computers 'Account' does the trick. I know it's different to the OP's question, but perhaps that whole exchange association dealie is a mangled premise (as alluded to in subsequent (recent) posts).

                  On the other hand, time-restricting groups of users is prob something I'll refer to the 'misc' thread in future if and when it's needed thanks again.

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