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I have what is probally a very simple question to answer, but I'm still learning so here we go.

I'd like to add an e-mail account in our Exchange 2003 for a user offsite, but I don't want him or anyone impersonating him to be able to log in on any of our workstations with his username and password.

I assume that there is some setting in Active Directory I have to disable to prevent him from logging into the network, but that would still allow him to access his e-mail account. He would be checking his e-mail via our webmail interface.

Clark


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You could set them up as a regular user and then edit their properties and restrict their logon hours to never (all clear) or maybe their "logon to" to "these workstations" and leave it blank. You could also remove them from the Domain Users group for additional security.
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