Security enhancements in Outlook Web Access 2003

Wednesday, 14 December 2005, 12:20 AM EST

Outlook Web Access 2003 (OWA) is the web client delivered with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. As well as new end user functionality features OWA 2003 delivers many enhancements that address common security concerns. Examples include safely dealing with attachments to ensuring user credentials cannot be left vulnerable to hijacking. In this session we cover the major new security and other features plus options for implementation including a comparison of the implementation of forms-based authentication in both OWA 2003 and ISA 2004 (Internet Security and Acceleration Server).

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