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Prevent Outlook anywhere from inside the intranet .

Dear Experts .

RPC/HTTP are enabled on the cas server .

I want to prevent RPC/Http from the inside the intranet , i have 2 case here :
first one : there some PC's are still not joined to the domain and they use RPC/HTTP to access the email .
second one : sometimes the joined users are use their local account(not domain account) and they use RPC/HTTP to access the email .

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in IIS, right-click the Exchange website, select properties. In Directory Security select 'IP address access restrictions' and add the range of your local IPs.

This is in Win2003. 2008 should be similar, or close.
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Dear ehabsalem:
thanks for your reply :

First : this is a exchange 2010 BOX (IIS 7).
Second : if i do so , How my external users can still access thier email using RPC/HTTP .

THANKS ALOT .
This will prevent only internal IP addresses from accessing the server, it won't affect external users, but don't add the local IP for the server to the list.
You can test it with a single IP (selected) as a start.
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Dear ehabsalem:
Thanks for your efforts :

Could you please show me how to do this in IIS 7.5 ?
as i tried to go through but did not successed .

thanks again
I do not have IIS 7.5 (I have 6), but check this link it may help:
http://www.winserverhelp.com/2010/07/creating-ip-address-restrictions-in-iis/
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ehabsalem:

I can't find "IPv4 Address and Domain Restrictions " there !!
does it need to add this feature ?
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