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In the last two tabs, Device and Advanced, we can set additional parameters on the devices, including what features to enable/disable, allowed and blocked applications, and so on
Creating a New ActiveSync Mailbox Policy
Creating a new policy is quite easy, and only takes a few steps using the Exchange Management Console: 1 Navigate to Organization Configuration | Client Access 2 In the Actions pane, click New ActiveSync mailbox policy 3 On the New ActiveSync Mailbox Policy page, enter a name in the Mailbox policy name box 4 Select one or more of the optional check boxes as seen in Figure 8-12 5 Click New to finish creating your mailbox policy 6 Click Finish to close the New ActiveSync Mailbox Policy Wizard
FIGURE 8-12
Creating a new ActiveSync Mailbox Policy
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Once the policy is created, we can open it up and edit the rest of the settings, such as the sync settings, the device, and advanced settings Using the Exchange Management Shell, we can configure all parameters in one command using the New-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy cmdlet:
New-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy -Name '<policy name>' -DevicePasswordEnabled $false AlphanumericDevicePasswordRequired $false -MaxInactivityTimeDeviceLock 'unlimited' -MinDevicePasswordLength $null -PasswordRecoveryEnabled $false DeviceEncryptionEnabled $false -AttachmentsEnabled $true
That will create a new policy with all the default settings All policy settings can be specified using EMS Use the following to see all the available parameters with the New-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy cmdlet:
Get-Help New-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy
If you want your newly created policy to be the default policy applied to all users who aren t explicitly configured for a policy, you can right-click the policy in EMC and choose Set As Default If you re using the EMS instead, you can specify -IsDefaultPolicy $true in your cmdlet parameters
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Assigning Policies to Users
Once the policies are created and edited to your liking, you can assign them to users If a user is not explicitly assigned an EAS policy, they will get the default policy, as mentioned previously If, however, you need to assign different policies to different users, follow these steps: 1 Navigate to Recipient Configuration | Mailbox 2 In the results pane, right-click the user who you want to assign to a policy and then click Properties 3 In the user s Properties dialog box, click Mailbox Features 4 Click ActiveSync and then click Properties 5 Select the Apply an ActiveSync mailbox policy check box 6 Click Browse to view the Select Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policy dialog box 7 Select an available policy as seen in Figure 8-13, and then click OK three times to apply your changes From the EMS, we can also assign a user to a policy using the Set-CASMailbox cmdlet:
Set-CASMailbox <UserName> -ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy(Get-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy "Policy Name")Identity
Because we can stack commands in EMS, we can assign all users to a policy using:
Get-Mailbox | Set-CASMailbox -ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy(Get-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy "Policy Name")Identity
which would be much more convenient than modifying the users one at a time if there are a lot of them
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FIGURE 8-13
Selecting an Exchange ActiveSync mailbox policy
Because ActiveSync is enabled by default for all users, it can sometimes be difficult to find out who is actually using an EAS-compatible device Fortunately, we can use the Exchange Management Shell to find out We just use the Get-CASMailbox cmdlet:
Get-CASMailbox | where {$_HasActiveSyncDevicePartnership} | select Name
This is much easier than it was in Exchange 2003!
Remote Wipe
Although we can assign passwords to help keep devices secure, there are times when devices are lost or stolen Having a device in the wild that holds your companies proprietary information can be unnerving Fortunately, we can take matters into our own hands and remotely wipe the device And, even better, we can give this capability to the end user When a mailbox-enabled user has an ActiveSync device tied to their mailbox, they can manage it through Outlook Web Access by following these steps: 1 Log onto Outlook Web Access 2 Click the Options link in the OWA toolbar in the upper-right part of the screen 3 Click the Mobile Devices link on the left
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