Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server
Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-24
Use the Private Computer File Access tab to configure the file access and viewing options that are available if the user selects This is a private computer while they are logging on to Outlook Web Access, or if the user logs on by using an authentication method other than forms-based authentication. File access lets a user open any file that is attached to an e-mail message and files that are available through Windows file share and Windows SharePoint Services document libraries.
- Enable direct file access
Select this check box if you want to enable direct file access. Direct file access lets users open any file that is available through Outlook Web Access. This includes files that are attached to e-mail messages and files on Windows SharePoint Services document libraries and on Windows file shares.
After you select Enable direct file access, click Customize to customize the direct file access settings.
Note: The Direct File Access Settings are applied to Private Computer File Access and Public Computer File Access. Even though they can be set from either tab, you cannot have different settings for each.
- Enable WebReady Document Viewing
Select this check box if you want to enable supported documents to be converted to HTML and displayed in a Web browser.
- Force WebReady Document Viewing when a converter is available
Select this check box if you want to force documents to be converted to HTML and displayed in a Web browser before users can open them in the viewing application. Documents can be opened in the viewing application only if Direct File Access has been enabled.
After you select Enable WebReady Document Viewing, click Supported to select supported document types for WebReady Document Viewing.
- Windows File Shares
Select this check box if you want Windows file shares to be available through the Outlook Web Access documents module or from links in Exchange items.
- Windows SharePoint Services
Select this check box if you want the contents of Windows SharePoint Services document libraries to be available through the Outlook Web Access documents module or from links in Exchange items.
For More Information
For more information about how to configure file access for Outlook Web Access, see: