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exchange 2010 removed ipod but can't allow it to connect now

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Just doing some testing and did a remote wipe to test. all went good, I see that it was completely cleared. now how to I allow it to reconnect with the exchange server so that I can run more tests?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Simply configure a profile for the user

How To Sync Your iPad With Your Exchange Server
http://blog.fosketts.net/2010/04/03/ipad-exchange-server-sync/

- Rancy
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by:johnny181
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without deleting the user profile in exchange?
when I try to recreate the mail account on the iPod, it goes through and sets up but as soon as I sync it, the unit powers off and does a factory reset.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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The wipe request is still on the server. You need to remove the ActiveSync partnership so Exchange "forgets" about the device.

Simon.
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How do I remove the ActiveSync partnership?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Use Exchange 2010 ActiveSync to limit mobile security issues
http://www.techrepublic.com/photos/use-exchange-2010-activesync-to-limit-mobile-security-issues/463174?seq=3

This should help

- Rancy
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by:johnny181
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I must be missing something because I've gone through that document and I still don't see where I can remove the ActiveSync partnership so Exchange "forgets" about the device
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 125 total points
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get-activesyncdevice should list the devices that are on the server.
You will need to find the device you want to allow and remove it.

remove-activesyncdevice

Don't try and use it again immediately, give it a little while to replicate.

Simon.
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