Giving users OWA but not allow to logon to any computers ?

Hi

I have been asked to provide over 100 webmail accounts to non-computer-based staff with the notion that they will access this from anywhere in the world, including our companies computers.  However, I have been instructed that at the same time, they must not be able to log on to any of the companies computers directly.

Is there an easy way to forbid them from logging into any of the domains computers, but still giving them access to outlook web access ?

OWA is setup fully over https now (http access has been removed), and the accounts have been created and tested, but they can still log onto the domain, and thus I have not issued the login details yet.

Many thanks in advance.

Steve
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SembeeCommented:
I think the way to do this is to list the Exchange server in the "logon to" box on the account. This restricts the machines that the account can be used on.

Simon.

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shandscombAuthor Commented:
i cannot believe i missed that ! lol

thanks
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