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Excahgne 2010 restrict OWA from XP machines

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Is there a way to restrict OWA access bassed on the os that is accessing the page? We are looking to restrict users that remain on XP devices from accessing web mail.

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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Natively? No.
You could look at doing some publishing rules using ISA/TMG for example, or modifying code, however it is trivial to bypass, as the browser identifier can be faked very easily.

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