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Exchange Server 2010 access rules quarantine all devices

Posted on 2012-03-15
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I am trying to quarantine all devices that attempt to access Exchange ActiveSync, this way I can approve what devices are connecting. Is there a way to create a Device Access Rule to block all devices and quarantine them until allowed?

As of right now I have two device access rules:
Device Family: Android
Only This Model: All Models
When devices of the selected family or model try to connect: Quarantine

Device Family: iPad
Only This Model: All Models
When devices of the selected family or model try to connect: Quarantine

*** I don't have the option here to block all Apple products, iPhones, and iPod's arent' even listed as an option**

Any feedback would be appreciated.

-Jeremy
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Question by:jjbackes
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Jamie McKillop earned 500 total points
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Hello,

If you want to quarantine all devices, run the following command:

Set-ActiveSyncOrganizationSettings –DefaultAccessLevel Quarantine –AdminMailRecipients AdminEmailAddress

JJ
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Will this quarantine all existing users or just new attempts to connect to activesync?
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