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comparing shell output to EAX active sync information

Posted on 2015-02-16
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2015-03-18
I have run the following shell command get-mobiledevicepolicy | fl

which returns a mass of data about the AS policy.

In EAC under mobile > mobile device policy, if you select a policy, on the right it lists key settings such as :

allow/block devices that dont fully support policies to synchornise
mobile device settings

My question is, how do I map those settings shown in EAC to those listed in the output of shell command?
Question by:pma111
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by:Guy Lidbetter
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Hi pma111

Are you trying to match up what you see in the console with the policy output?

i.e.: allow/block devices that dont fully support policies  >  AllowNonProvisionableDevices ??



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ID: 40614372
Hi guy yes please

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cant close this as didnt get a solution. thanks
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Guy Lidbetter earned 2000 total points
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aah!!! I forgot about this post!! Sorry....

EAC > EMS field

Name > Name
This is a default policy > IsDefault
allow/block devices that dont fully support policies  >  AllowNonProvisionableDevices
Require Password > PasswordEnabled
Allow Simple Passwords > AllowSimplePassword
Require an alphanumeric password : Password must include this many character sets > MinPasswordComplexCharacters
Require encryption on device > DeviceEncryptionEnabled
Minimum Password Length > MinPasswordLength
Number of sign-in failures before device is wiped > MaxFailedPasswordAttempts
Require sign-in after the device has been inactive for (minutes) > MaxInactivityTimeLock
Enforce password lifetime (days) > PasswordExpiration
Password recycle count > PasswordHistory



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