OWA and Account Log On To... <server name>

By sibleyebill ·
We have a group of users (Single OU) that cannot access the OWA. Each of the users in the OU are restricted to a particular computer the can log on to which is our terminal server. Even if we include the exchange server and AD DC's we get no joy. If we remove the restrictions and allow the users to Log On To "All computers" they are able to access the OWA.

Any way we can enforce Log On To the terminal server and still have OWA access?

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try https instead of http when browsing for the exchange server

by mike In reply to OWA and Account Log On To ...

I have run many TS and funny that sometimes the only way to use OWA was by going https in the heading instead of http:\\pop3.xxxxx.It is worth a try

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by Dedlbug In reply to OWA and Account Log On To ...

Try mike's solution first, and see what happens. It may work. However, this may be related to permissions on the Exchange Server (and IIS server). Make sure you allow "Log On Locally". Check the User Rights Assignment of the Local Policy.

Refer to these documents for a guide or reference:

Keep us posted. I reall wish there was a different way to do this as well. I would prefer to use the "Log on to..." feature in AD, but I still want the restricted users to use OWA externally. Only way I found was with GP and these rights.

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