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Need to relax SBS 2011 security

Posted on 2011-03-10
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In the midst of the migration from heck, SBS 2003 to SBS 2011.  Mobile phone users are unhappy that they are now required to put a lock on thier phone screens before SBS will allow them to connect to email via activesync.  Where is this turned off?
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never mind, Found it in Exchange MMC --Organization Configuration - Client Access - Exchange Activesync mailbox policies.  Uncheck the box to require password.
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