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Hi, We are using exchange server 2000 and we have outlook web access on our web site.

The problem is that when employees login using the Outlook Web Access Page they can see the IP address as the name of the window. e.g http://***.***.**.***

Now, how can we hide this IP address from appering?  We would like to change it with the name of our company.

Any suggestions?
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by:otaibis
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One more thing...

How can I make the OWA page open in maximize?

It is not allowing us to maximize the size of the page... is there any way I can maximize the OWA page instead of clicking the F11 key twice and then maximize it manually?

Thanks
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by:otaibis
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No help at all!!
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by:fadiramada
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Hi,

I have the same setup as you, I have an exchange server with a web client, but why would you want to hide
the IP address? As long as the e-mail accounts have good alphanumeric passwords all should be well. In fact
I give out the IP address to the employees! I am not 100 percent sure, but I don't think there is a way to do
this, at least not from the exchange server aspect, maybe there is a javascript or something that you can
insert into your website link that hides the IP address of any link, I will research this for you and get back to
you on that.

As to changing the IP to the name of your company, I don't know about that, but I will look into it.
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fadiramada earned 200 total points
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Hello,

I found a very good .pdf document from the SANS GIAC on securing OWA, this might be of great
use to you.

here it is ---> http://www.giac.org/practical/GSEC/Cory_Steers_GSEC.pdf
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