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Is there any shell command that will list what active sync policies are assigned to which mailboxes for on premises 2013 exch servers... for exchange online it looks like you can configure a number of different policies to different users
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In previous versions of Exchange you would use get-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy. In Exchange 2013 this has been depreciated and the new command is Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy | fl

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Thanks will.... is it a 1 policy for all users... or can you create a number of policies for different groups... if so how can you tell which users are subject to which as policies
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