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Posted on 2015-01-27
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HI


I have the following script but it is not giving me the information that I would like.  I would like to get the users name instead of there OU does anyone have a better script that I can use or try?

Get-ActiveSyncDevice | select-object Identity,FriendlyName,Name,DeviceType,DeviceOS,DeviceModel,DeviceAccessState,|export-csv c:\Exchangereports\report2.csv
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Waddah Dahah earned 500 total points
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Well I am not sure if you can get the username directly i have checked the attribute associated with  Get-ActiveSyncDevice and they are as following;

RunspaceId              
FriendlyName            
DeviceId                
DeviceImei              
DeviceMobileOperator    
DeviceOS                
DeviceOSLanguage        
DeviceTelephoneNumber  
DeviceType              
DeviceUserAgent        
DeviceModel            
FirstSyncTime          
UserDisplayName        
DeviceAccessState      
DeviceAccessStateReason
DeviceAccessControlRule
DeviceActiveSyncVersion
AdminDisplayName        
ExchangeVersion        
Name                    
DistinguishedName      
Identity                    
Guid                  
ObjectCategory          
ObjectClass            
WhenChanged            
WhenCreated            
WhenChangedUTC          
WhenCreatedUTC          
OrganizationId          
OriginatingServer      
IsValid                

but try the following script from http://exchangeserverpro.com/powershell-script-activesync-device-report/ 

i hope this can help.
Waddah
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