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Disable Outlook over RPC HTTPS (Outlook Anywhere)?

I currently have Outlook Anywhere enabled on Exchange 2007.  I have Outlook 2007 configured on my laptop to connect to Exchange using Outlook Anywhere.  I want to disable Outlook anywhere on a per-user basis though, so to test I ran the following command on my Exchange server:

Set-CASMailbox -Identity <my_username> -MAPIBlockOutlookRpcHttp:$true

and the prompt came back reporting no errors.  But I can still use Outlook on my laptop.  I tried closing Outlook and re-opening it, rebooting the computer, and connecting on an outside network.  But it still works!

Do I just have to wait for the command kick in?  If so, how long does it take?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Yeah it took about 2 hours for the change to kick in.  Re-enabling it took about 1 hour.
Weird.  Thanks for your input!
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