Outlook Web Access (OWA) has made it so much easier for users to access their mailboxes with just an internet connection. While accessibility has improved tremendously with OWA, there are new problems that you may have to face as an administrator.
Your organization might have imposed a policy that employees should stick to a particular browser for safety. You need to be vigilant about whether these rules are being adhered to or not.
You might want to know the departments in your organization that have maximum and minimum logon counts.
Besides this there are numerous other reasons why you may want to monitor OWA logons. Exchange Reporter Plus offers comprehensive reports on user logon activities for both Exchange Servers and Exchange Online.
To access these reports, go to the Reporting tab and navigate to Exchange Server > OWA & ActiveSync category.
Browser based Logon: Shows the details of the browsers that were used to access OWA and count of logons from that browser.
Client IP based Logon: Shows the client IP address from which OWA was accessed and the logon count.
Server based Logon: Shows the top OWA servers the users logged on to most based on the count.
Logon Specifics: Shows detailed information for each OWA logon like the user name, logon date, time and more.
Logon Count for users of a Department: Shows the OWA logon count for users in a particular department.
To access this report, go to the Reporting tab and navigate to Exchange Online > OWA & Mobile Reports category.
Track and monitor user logons and schedule these reports to get updates at regular intervals. You can also export these logon reports to CSV, XLS, HTML and PDF formats. To learn more about how Exchange Reporter Plus compliments your Exchange reporting, auditing and monitoring needs, click here.
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