exchange admin centre AS mapping to shell command

In exchange admin centre for active sync you can see an option "allow mobile devices that dont fully support policies to synchornise" 

I wondered if its possible via a shell command (Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy?) to list that exact parameter as well as its value? and if so what is the name of that parameter, and if its returns true/false, how can they be mapped to yes/no in EAC?

I wondered if it was the "AllowNonProvisionableDevices" parameter?
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pma111Author Commented:
im amazed nobody can answer this..
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Sorry I just missed this question. Anyways, these are both the same. AllowNonProvisionableDevices basically means that old phone that do not have features of the new security policies they will bypass these policies if they do not apply.

You cannot tell which phones apply to this policy. The only way would be to disable it and see what phones no longer work.


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