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turning activesync off company wide in exchange 2010

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i want to turn off activesync for the overall comapny but still be able to enable it for specific users.. it looks like you do it in the client access under org.. but i was hesitant to change anything and stop the users i just got going... i know in the recipient config, you can enable the exchange activesync in the properties... and i know i could disable them... but i would rather all disable and to turn on the ones i want to have it... i searched and looked around but nothing specific to 2010, can u help...thanks..
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This article covers the ways to lock down active sync 2010.
http://blog.brightpointuk.co.uk/restricting-access-exchange-2010-activesync
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