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Enable/Disable ActiveSync permissions role

Posted on 2014-08-11
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I need to setup a role to allow a user to enable or disable active sync or OWA and manage the mobile devices for that user. They should only be able to do this besides of course list the users to select them to manage their mobile devices.

This is for Exchange 2013 and any help is appreciated!
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by:DONT MATTR
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Close. The only thing missing is the option to "View Details" under Mobile Devices and then manage the devices listed. Certainly on the right track though, thanks.

Doing some research on what is missing. I am assuming its a "Add-ManagementRoleEntry" option?
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Get-MobileDeviceStatistics seems to have done the job
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