If we fire an employee in the field, we want to change his password, then break his connection/force a remote logoff of his Outlook 2007 so he can't send mail. We use Exchange 2007. We use outlook anywhere through ISA.
Is there a better method than what we've come up with so far:
1. Change his password.
2. Check the ISA console to see if he's logged in. If so, add the user to our exclusion firewall rule in ISA, then RC and disconnect that user in ISA.
3, Later remember to remove that user in case we ever re-use that ID.
We have experimented with disabling the exchange mailbox but it's a hassle to re-set-it-up when the manager wants access to the mailbox.
BTW, disabling the outlook web access or mapi feature from that mailbox does not seem to break the remote session .
If we disconnect the fired employee's ISA connection, if re-connects and the outlook token seems unaffected.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.