Security

Over the course of deploying Exchange 2010 at clients, numerous discussions have occurred on the topic of securely deploying Outlook Anywhere externally.  Many security teams are concerned that anyone with an ID and Password could install Outlook on a non-secure machine and connect to OA.  Unfortunately RSA doesn’t provide a two factor authentication add-on for […]

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Symptoms The IM Notification Agent on the Access Edge is failing with the following Application Log events: Event ID: 10162 Type: Error Source: ForefrontNotificationAgent Description: “ERROR: Microsoft.FSO.IMClient.dll.IMClient.RaiseLoginDone(“<System.Boolean success><System.String message>”) – Error occured logging in to server: 80072746: .” AND Event ID: 10161 Type: Error Source: ForefrontNotificationAgent Description: “ERROR: ForefrontNotificationAgent.exe.NotificationAgent.imClient_LoginDone(“<System.Object sender><FSOIMClient.ReportSuccessEventArgs e>”) – Failed to login.”

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Read the post from the Windows Security team to get some information on the new guide… http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc264463.aspx

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Steve Riley elaborates on some of the new security features in Vista that eliminate the need for the "power users" security group.  In fact, "power users" in Vista is there only for backwards compatibility. Excerpt: "I’ve seen some conversations lately about the Power Users group — how powerful is it, really, and why did we […]

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