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Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Policies

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Hi

Does anyone happen to know whether or not you can restrict access to certain URL's, or even better create a white-list of allowed URL's on a handset via Exchange 2010 ActiveSync policies?
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by:Alan Hardisty
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No - it's not designed to do that at all.

The policies are designed to control device access to the Exchange server, not access from the handheld to the web.

Alan
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Thanks for that, that was our answer but our client had been advised by their mobile provider that this was possible so I was looking for a second opinion.
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Not with the default tools installed on Exchange.  Possibly with 3rd party tools, but I don't use any so can't suggest what would or wouldn't work I'm afraid.

Alan
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Thanks Alan

Appreciate your help on this.

We also found parental controls are present on a Z10 (http://docs.blackberry.com/en/smartphone_users/deliverables/47561/als1342454642269.jsp) so are looking into using these.
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Parental controls are also present on iPhones too.  Not sure about Androids.

The controls are managed on a phone by phone basis.

Alan
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Also assisted with the answer.
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