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Is there a way to block the Exchange Admin center and still allow users access to the ECP?

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Is there a way to block the Exchange Admin center and still allow users access to the ECP?
We want users to be able to have access to the ecp for their mailbox. We only want to block the Exchange Admin Center to the outside.
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The ECP is capable of determining which Exchange Admin roles a user has and presents the appropriate interface for the user. If a user is not a member of one of the exchange Administrative Role Groups, ECP will only present them with the functions that manage their own individual account. They won't be able to do any Exchange Administrative tasks. Basically, the Exchange Admin center *is* ECP.

Users get the same interface by clicking the gear icon next to their name in OWA and selecting Options.
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Thank you!
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