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Is it possible to change the default setting in Exchange 2010 such that any mailbox created will have the ActiveSync setting disable ?

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then you have to create the new user:
 
New-Mailbox UserName  |  Set-CASMailbox -ActivesyncEnabled false

also have a look to below url

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22961200/How-do-I-disable-Exchange-ActiveSync-access-by-default-for-new-users-in-AD.html
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