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Monitor O365 iOS App Connections?

Posted on 2014-02-25
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We would like to see who all is using the Office 365 iOS apps to connect to our environment. I know there has to be a command/script that pulls all users that are using the OWA app because that is shown in the ActiveSync device lists, even though they aren't quarantined devices.

Is there a way to see if someone used the OneDrive Pro (aka SkyDrive Pro for O365) app to connect?

How can an admin monitor who all is connecting using the OWA, SkyDrive Pro, SharePoint Newsfeed or Lync apps on Mobile devices? What would the commands be?

Would there be a log that can be pulled from Azure/Exchange Online weekly?

Id imagine that maybe Azure or ADFS could possibly keep track if an app/device was used to access corporate resources?
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There is also the Admin app for mobile devices, and what not...

No way to view this, apart from OWA for devices. If you have AD FS, you can monitor the logs there.

And no way to control this as well, unless you are using AD FS and are willing to experiment a bit with claims rules. With AD FS, you can block applications by protocol or client string, but those are not really reliable solutions.
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Oh, I always forget about the reporting cmdlets. So there is *some* info that you can get, but not much:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj873752(v=exchg.150).aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj873753(v=exchg.150).aspx

Not really useful to me, but might help you. And those are only available for Exchange, no way to get similar info for Lync/SharePoint/etc as far as I am aware.
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