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how to force a user to log off from OWA after they account is disabled

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Hi,
I have over 600 remote users who use OWA to access email.
how do I force a user who is logged to OWA to be kicked out of the system if their account is disabled from AD.
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you can't you will need to wait till his session expires.
alternative option

run iis reset : it will kick out all ppl that are connected
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you will have to Set the Cookie Authentication Time-Out

Depending on your requirements, users can select either of these security options on the Outlook Web Access logon page:

Public or shared computer - Inform your users to select this option when they access Outlook Web Access from a computer that does not use the security settings for your organization. For example, an Internet kiosk computer does not use the security settings for your organization. The Public or shared computer option is the default option and provides a short default time-out option of 15 minutes.
Private computer - Inform your users to select this option when they are the sole operator of the computer and the computer uses the security settings for your organization. This option permits a much longer period of inactivity before automatically ending the session. Its internal default value is 24 hours. The Private computer option is intended to benefit Outlook Web Access users who use personal computers in their office or in their home.

refer the link for more details
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/830827
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