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Exchange 2010 Remote Wipe Mobile Device then Re-enable it

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When a user loses a windows mobile device and they do a remote wipe on it from the ECP, then later they find it, what is the process for them to start using it again?  Do they have to do a hard reset on the device or just re-setup the phone and start syncing again?  

This question was on a certification test that I took and I wasn't sure of the answer and I don't have a windows mobile phone on me to try it out with.
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When a device has been Remotely Wiped - it is taken back to factory settings, so it is as if you have just taken it out of the box.

It will need to be re-configured for Exchange and any other non-default settings put back!
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Thanks for the answer
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You are welcome - thanks for the points.

Alan
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