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Restrict Exchange 2010 OWA access to specific devices?

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Can anybody think of a simple way to restrict OWA access to only a limited number of DEVICES (Laptops mainly) but for any auth0rised user that has physical access to that device?
User restriction is easy in the mail user profile but how do I restrict to ONLY certain devices from withing the AD computers container?
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Many thanks, easy when u know how ;)
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