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Hi im running Exchange 2007, is there a command to see how many iphones and ipads is running on the exchange box.

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by:zippybungle2003
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Hmm you may be able to tell by what client is connecting?

http://www.techieshelp.com/what-clients-are-connecting-to-exchange/

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by:Busbar
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how do they connect?!
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you can see in the iis the courrent connected phones -
point to top of the iis - server name - worker processes-MSExchangeSyncAppPool - in the Url
you will the user and iphone or ipad
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by:happyexchange
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They are al running on our Exchange 2007.

There is a command u can run which gives you the list off all ipas and iphones connected to the exchange box but i can not rem what it is
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by:Busbar
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no I mean do they use activesync or POP3
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