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Exchange 2019 - Disable admin access to the Exchange Admin Centre (EAC)

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video, we look at using the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to firstly check the current settings for Admin Access and then we run a script to disable access.

Once done you can do an IISreset and you need to wait for replication. Once all is complete, you can run the first script again to check the status and you will notice it changed from True to False.
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