Exchange logon and NT network logon 
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 Exchange logon and NT network logon

We have an NT 4 server, with Exchange 5.5 and Outlook 2000.
We have set the Outlook security to NT password auth.
However if I logon to the network on any other pc, I will
get that person's Outlook information.

How can I set it either at the Exchange server or at
Outlook 2000 that if somebody logs on to Nt and then opend
Outlook they will either get no information or only their
own.

Txs......



Fri, 19 Nov 2004 23:34:27 GMT  
 Exchange logon and NT network logon
what OS do the workstations run?

sounds like windows 98, and if so, then you must set the machine for
multiple users


Quote:
> We have an NT 4 server, with Exchange 5.5 and Outlook 2000.
> We have set the Outlook security to NT password auth.
> However if I logon to the network on any other pc, I will
> get that person's Outlook information.

> How can I set it either at the Exchange server or at
> Outlook 2000 that if somebody logs on to Nt and then opend
> Outlook they will either get no information or only their
> own.

> Txs......



Sat, 20 Nov 2004 00:09:14 GMT  
 Exchange logon and NT network logon
You need to be using roaming profiles in order for people to have their own
mail profile. What workstation OS?


Quote:
> We have an NT 4 server, with Exchange 5.5 and Outlook 2000.
> We have set the Outlook security to NT password auth.
> However if I logon to the network on any other pc, I will
> get that person's Outlook information.

> How can I set it either at the Exchange server or at
> Outlook 2000 that if somebody logs on to Nt and then opend
> Outlook they will either get no information or only their
> own.

> Txs......



Fri, 19 Nov 2004 23:46:29 GMT  
 Exchange logon and NT network logon
Yes, the ws os is 98. Will this be easier if we move to
Win2kpro?

 xs....Hans

Quote:
>-----Original Message-----
>what OS do the workstations run?

>sounds like windows 98, and if so, then you must set the
machine for
>multiple users



>> We have an NT 4 server, with Exchange 5.5 and Outlook
2000.
>> We have set the Outlook security to NT password auth.
>> However if I logon to the network on any other pc, I
will
>> get that person's Outlook information.

>> How can I set it either at the Exchange server or at
>> Outlook 2000 that if somebody logs on to Nt and then
opend
>> Outlook they will either get no information or only
their
>> own.

>> Txs......

>.



Sun, 21 Nov 2004 21:56:10 GMT  
 Exchange logon and NT network logon
yes, its alot easier with Win 2K, but it can still be done with Win 98.
Someone mentioned Roaming Profiles, but what I did was just create profiles
locally to each machine, this is in Control Panel, Users and Passwords.

Quote:
> Yes, the ws os is 98. Will this be easier if we move to
> Win2kpro?

>  xs....Hans
> >-----Original Message-----
> >what OS do the workstations run?

> >sounds like windows 98, and if so, then you must set the
> machine for
> >multiple users



> >> We have an NT 4 server, with Exchange 5.5 and Outlook
> 2000.
> >> We have set the Outlook security to NT password auth.
> >> However if I logon to the network on any other pc, I
> will
> >> get that person's Outlook information.

> >> How can I set it either at the Exchange server or at
> >> Outlook 2000 that if somebody logs on to Nt and then
> opend
> >> Outlook they will either get no information or only
> their
> >> own.

> >> Txs......

> >.



Mon, 22 Nov 2004 03:44:23 GMT  
 
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