Exchange active syns

I know there is a command on power shell that you can run to list active sync users but what I would like is a command that would tell me how many active sync users and connections I have "live" at that particular time I run the command.

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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
That isn't really possible due to the nature of ActiveSync.
It makes an extended HTTP session, but Exchange doesn't see it unless some traffic goes over the connection. The most you could probably do is look at who connected recently, but that isn't going to be 100% accurate. Run the command at 3am and you will probably get zero results, even though you have devices connected.

Vijaya Babu SekarAssociate Ops ManagerCommented:
You can find it through IIS logs and if you want to see the report. you can open the iis logs using studia log parser software. it will give and report as you requested format.


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