|18 Feb 2011||#1|
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Accessing shared document folders via OWA?
Our remote users successfully connect to their e-mails using Outlook Web Access. Now I want to provide them with access to a shared folder stored on our SBS 2008 server. Is it possible to provide a link directly to that shared folder when they login to their OWA screen, rather than have them connect to the whole server?
The button provided in OWA is CONNECT TO A COMPUTER which, like it says, actually connects the user to the whole of the server, programs and all, rather than just the shared document folder they need access to.
Is there a way to access just one shared folder (and its subfolders) through OWA or Remote Workplace?
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