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Monitoring Exchange OWA

Posted on 2009-06-30
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I need to be able to monitor who accesses Exchange 2007 OWA and from where.

How can I do this?
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by:EndureKona
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Access to OWA is either all or nothing.     You can enable/disable OWA for users in the recipient config --> select the individual users.      From where like IPs?   You will need to get monitoring software like MOM what is now called System Center.    
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OWA is just another web application in IIS. Therefore if you have logging enabled on the default web site you can just use any old IIS logging tool (there are many to choose from) to process those logs and see who is using it.

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HA well that is correct and I once again had my butt handed to me.    
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