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Outlook Mobile Access Exchange 2010 - allow only one device?

Posted on 2010-09-22
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
Is it possible to limit or give per device approval for OMA connections in Exchange 2010? Currently everything works well but users can connect as many mobile devices as they want. This is undesirable.

Question by:Matt Kallmeyer

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Mkris9 earned 500 total points
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Can do it using this -

Set-CASMailbox -id Mailbox -ActiveSyncAllowedDeviceIds id1, id2...

This doesn't set the number of devices to be used. It sets the IDs of the devices the user is allowed to use.

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