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Microsoft Exchange 2013 Cookbook by Peter De Tender, Michael Van Horenbeeck

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Configuring ActiveSync Device Access

In the previous module we described how you could configure the ActiveSync service. In this topic, we will have a closer look at how you can control what devices can (or cannot) access your environment.

Although many companies let their employees choose freely what device they want to hook up to Exchange, some companies are subject to specific regulations imposed by the government, for instance because of some of the activities the company is involved with. A good example of this would be ITAR which is a set of US regulations imposed upon companies involved with selling or manufacturing defense-related articles to the US government.

Not so long ago, the landscape of smart phones was dominated by BlackBerry which ...

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