Exchange 2010 Active Sync

Posted on 2012-09-20
Last Modified: 2012-09-24
Seeking the best way to go about disabling active sync within Exchange 2010 but leaving some accounts enabled.
Question by:HudsonHealth
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    by:Justin Yeung
    create a Outlook web app policy with ActiveSync disable and apply it to all users.

    and then create a new OWA policy with AS enable and apply it to the users that allow AS

    you can also create a active sync policy for the detail that you needed.
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    To disable all users:
    get-Mailbox | set-CASMailbox -ActiveSyncEnabled:$False

    To disable some users run the script:

    You can also disable all users and after that go and enable just those accounts you want enabled.

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