Outlook Anywhere restrictions

Is there anyway to implement the following?

Restrict Outlook Anywhere to only domain joined clients only

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Ideally this will be performed on a TMG server...
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John ChristopherAnalystCommented:
This although is not possible, but alos check the threads on the below link.

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/exchange/en-US/559ea3ae-c8a2-489d-bbef-64b61813ba1d/lockdown-outlook-anywhere-to-just-domain-joined-machines

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StuartTechnical Architect - CloudAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your comment during my research for this issue I also came to this thread however it is suggested that TMG/UAG would support this configuration however the link is broken...
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Anyone have any ideas how to perform this on a TMG or UAG server

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John ChristopherAnalystCommented:
I kind of checked on this with several experts who have worked on TMG, here are some inputs which i'm sharing with you.

1) Using IPSEC to achieve what you want is an option.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2010/12/06/more-whitepapers-to-help-you-securely-publish-exchange.aspx

2) the other option was to use VPN and not publish it externally (block OA on the internet)


to summarize, it's a very tedious but achievable function if all the required steps are followed.

Mostly, not recommended by experts.

Hopefully this works for you.

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John Christopher
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