Exchange ActiveSync Mobile Device Quarantine Report

I have been asked to provide  a report of all ActiveSync mobile devices that have been taken out of quarantine, along with the name of the account that took each device out of quarantine.  Any ideas how this can be done?  

Running Exchange 2013.
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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
HI,

Normally with this command it will show you all the quarantine device:

Get-ActiveSyncDevice -filter {deviceaccessstate -eq 'quarantined'}

Regards
Valentina
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alopez2Author Commented:
Thank you, Valentina.  

The command is handy, but I'm looking for auditing information that identifies the name of the device and who took it out of quarantine.  

Haven't been able to find anything on-line.  I'm starting to suspect the information is not available.
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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
HI,

The command only give you this information.

I was checking if there is another way.

Regards
Valentina
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alopez2Author Commented:
Hi, everyone.  Had to call Microsoft on this one.  The best I could get in terms of an audit report is this PowerShell command:

New-AdminAuditLogSearch -StartDate 01/01/2018 -EndDate 04/09/2018 -Cmdlets Set-CasMAilbox -Parameters ActiveSyncAllowedDeviceIDs -StatusMailRecipients <recipient>@<your domain>.com
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