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Mobile Partnership Throttling Policy Increase Not Working

Posted on 2014-01-21
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I have increased the throttling policy for mobile partnerships to 20.  When I run get-throttlingpolicy, the output includes "EASMaxConcurrency" - 20 and "EASMaxDevices" - 20.  However a user received the warning about exceeding 10 devices.  What can I check to figure out why this increase in maximum devices isn't working?
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by:EEhotline
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Hello,

Please try running the following command and see if it works:

Set-Throttlingpolicy "xxx" -EASMaxConcurrency $null -EASMaxDevices $null
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I fixed this by applying the policy to a particular user, not everyone.
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by:landiiiks2
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I originally applied this to everyone and that is when it wasn't working.  When I applied it to the particular user in question, it started working for him.
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