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How to Secure Specific Mailboxes - 25.Feb.2016 6:04:09 PM   
smccarthy945

 

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I have a client we wrote a couple power shell scripts for that automate the process of granting one user full access to another user's mailbox for proxy rights. The client wants us to secure each of the attorney's mailboxes from being able to be modified with the script.

Is there a way in Exchange to go into each attorney's AD account or Mailbox and turn off power shell scripting from affecting the accounts? Or is there a way I can setup security in which the custom scripts can be executed on all mailboxes with the exception of attorney mailboxes?

I have never been asked to do this so I am at a loss where to start. Thanks in advance.

Scott
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RE: How to Secure Specific Mailboxes - 13.May2020 10:20:55 AM   
Edwin009

 

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In Exchange 2013, Log into the ECP > Mail Flow > Receive Connectors. Click the + sign to add a new receive connector. Give it a descriptive name, and choose the Frontend Transport role. Choose the type Custom and click Next. Select the port you wish to listen on - which is usually fine at 25 from all available IPv4. Click Next. Edit the remote IP Addresses listing that is there by default, and add only the IPs or IP range that you wish to use this Receive Connector for. Click on OK, and then Finish.

Select the newly created receive connector and click on the Edit icon. Choose the maximum message size you wish to send out using this receive connector (keep in mind that organizational limits may be more or less and the most restrictive will win). Go to the Security section, and make sure that the only boxes checked off are:

1. Transport Layer Security (TLS)
2. Externally secured (for example, with IPsec)
3. Exchange servers

In the FQDN setting at the bottom, type in your external hostname to access your mail (eg. mail.domain.com). Click Save.

If still the problem persists get in touch with your Exchange Migration or O365 Migration expert.

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