SBS2003 - PCI Compliance

As a result of a PCI compliance scan, it is required "to create another logon in front of the existing logon to get a dual logon" for OWA.    We are running 2003SBS, using Exchange, IISv6 and use OWA for remote email access and OWA/Activesync for smart phone access to the Exchange email.

Any thoughts on a solution?
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KimputerCommented:
Shutdown external web access. Now create extra logins for every user, assign VPN rights.
Now every user has to use VPN (only the new user/password) works. Continue to use the services as before (using internal ip numbers). A bit more difficult to work with as before but that's probably the whole point of this PCI exercise.
Also power drain for those smartphones (always VPN on).
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
I am by no means a compliance officer, but it is my understanding that end of life software such as Exchange 2003, is a possible violation in of itself.
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howmad2Author Commented:
Excellent
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