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Disable automatic logon when using OWA on an intranet

Posted on 2006-04-21
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
When I access OWA on my Exchange 2k3 sever from my local network, the system automatically log the user on to their mailbox using the current user's login name and password. How do I change this so that when you start OWA from the local network, you are presented with the logon name prompt instead?
Question by:Madrilleno

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