Outlook web access - restrict certain users from accessing from home?

Posted on 2009-02-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
As above,

We have recently enabled Outlook Web Access.  I now want to restrict certain users from logging in from home or lock certain computers from being connected to without having to switch them off.

Is this possible?

Additional Note - It's not possible to ask existing users to have their ISP set static IP's...but Do tell me if this is the correct way to go about this as you would assume the one IP is the same user each time.

Question by:chriscounter07
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi there, is the solution > Active Directory, Select User > properties > Exchange Features > Disable Outlook Web Access not working for you?

    Cheers, fm

    Author Closing Comment

    thank-you, just what I wanted

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