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Can I deny a user from unlocking a phone device with Exchange active sync 2010?

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Can I deny a user from unlocking a phone device with Exchange active sync 2010?

If yes, how?
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You cannot. The actions that you can perform are related to control some smartphone features (if the OS of the phone allows. i.e. disable camera), specify security polices (i.e. configure password polices), wipe the telephone, delete membership or block association (block connections with Active Sync) or so on.
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