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Re: Run As/Domain Login Windows XP Home
From: "Sam Munro" <sam.munro () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 08:51:34 +0100

Thanks for your replies on this.

The odd thing is I can log onto OWA but when I try to open an email I
am getting the following 'error on page'

Line: 332
Char: 3
Error: Access is denied
Code: 0
URL: http://SERVER/exchange/user.name/Inbox/?
    Cmd=contents&Page=1



On 05/07/06, Andrew Aris <andrew () dev bigfishinternet co uk> wrote:
Home won't allow you to access an actual domain account - although if the
windows username and password match those of valid domain account then you
can use it to access resources on the domain such as file shares. However
I'm not sure why you are wanting to do what you describe the browser runnig
OWA doesn't need to be run as a domain user - it asks you for a login. One
thing to note is to make sure that the user whose mailbox you are trying to
access has appropriate permissions to use OWA from "outside". As long as the
laptop in question can resolve either a netbios or domain name for the
exchange server then you can just go:

https://server/exchange

Cheers,

Andrew


-----Original Message-----
From: Sam Munro [mailto:sam.munro () gmail com]
Sent: 03 July 2006 16:18
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Run As/Domain Login Windows XP Home

HI All,

I have a scenario for you.

None cooperate laptop on a company network not registered on the domain.

Problem number one OS is XP home.

I want to access company email via web-access from this laptop.
Internet access is already possible via the company proxy.

I want to run the browser as a user on the domain and then access my mail
with the exchange server URL.

Is this possible and if so how. Step-by-step instructions would be
advantagous.

Cheers,

Sam

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