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Restrcit public access to Outlook Web App.

Posted on 2010-08-12
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Currently we have set up a majority of our users to access their email using OWA (Exchange 2010).  They do this when they are at work so the access is internally.  However, we also allow a certain group of our employees public access to OWA.  What I want to do is restrict the majority of users from accessing OWA publicly while maintaining their access internally.  Any ideas on how to do this is greatly appreciated.
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by:Neil Russell
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I dont think that you can. OWA is web access. I am not aware, even in 2010 that you can restrict it by location.
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do you want to completely remove public OWA access or restrict it to few users ?
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I want to restrict public access to a few users while maintaining internal access to all users.  
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by:Carol Chisholm
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Have you got an ISA server? Then you can make an ISA rule allowing access for only certian users to the OWA from the public IP of the ISA server.


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No, we do not have an isa server.
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Thanks for the responses.  It appears the only way to do this is to create two seperates sites and restrict access to the public facing site while still allowing access to the internal facing site.
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