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Hi!

I've setup a new domain based on a SBS2011 machine. Got everything configured for e-mail. Here is my problem...

When I add my Exchange account on my HTC phone, it shows a message that I have to set a password. Where in exchange can I set these security settings?
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password is your domain account password.
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I am going to assume you discovered that Exchange 2010 forces remote devices to be locked by default.  This can be changed in policies.
Here is an article on those policies: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123994.aspx
But simply put

You can alter that setting in Exchange Management Console under Oragnization Configuration -> Client Access -> right click on Windows ... Mobile Policy ... and unchecking require password on the password tab.

(thanks to T-solve for not making me look up the policy)
http://t-solve.blogspot.com/2010/01/removing-password-requirement-for.html
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Thanks, that was what I was looking for.
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