John Weber -> RE: Outlook Anwhere / RCP over HTTPS - how to disable users (18.Jun.2007 12:04:23 PM)
Apparently my typing skills are in question. what is needed is:
am I dyslexic or what?
What a great question!
you can do:
get-user | set-casmailbox -mapiblockoutlookrpcthhp:$true
which will kill all access, and then go back and to a $false for the two in question to allow them to use it.
Got 2 users who 'need' Outlook Anywhere on our Exchange 2007 setup (all native). Apparently OWA isn't good enough for them!
Anyway, now CA have finally released their mailbox AV product that I have installed I've ran out of excuses to do it, but I have one question. How can I disable/enable Outlook Anywhere access on a per user basis?
I don't want anyone else to be able to use Outlook Anywhere other than the 2 people who have requsted it. (One is using a company laptop, so I'm happy. The other is a director - so I can't really say no, although I hate the fact he's not using a company managed desktop so anything could be installed on it...!)
Other than the 2 users who are authorised to use it, how can I stop anyone else from using Outlook Anywhere?