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Question regarding Exchange server

2 posts in General Last posting was on 2010-11-24 16:52:24.0Z
klandau Posted on 2010-11-23 17:06:58.0Z
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Users who know their AD/LDAP credentials have the ability to
create their own exchange policies and connect their
personal devices to corporate networks.

Can Exchange be configured to trap inbound requests from
devices like iOS4 or Android and somehow restrict users
access (or redirect to Afaria server requiring provisioning
process)?


"Paul Horan[Sybase]" Posted on 2010-11-24 16:52:24.0Z
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Yes - the Exchange Access Control feature within Afaria allows you to
whitelist or blacklist specific devices, or to allow/deny access to Exchange
email based on whether the device is "compliant" with your corporate
security policy or not.

Paul Horan[Sybase]

<klandau> wrote in message news:4cebf4b2.7e87.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Users who know their AD/LDAP credentials have the ability to
> create their own exchange policies and connect their
> personal devices to corporate networks.
>
> Can Exchange be configured to trap inbound requests from
> devices like iOS4 or Android and somehow restrict users
> access (or redirect to Afaria server requiring provisioning
> process)?