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Microsoft Releases Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration Tool
Posted on 8-Dec-2005 14:04
The Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration tool enables administrators to manage the process of remotely erasing lost, stolen, or otherwise compromised Windows Mobile 5.0 devices.
By using the Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration Web tool, administrators can perform the following actions:
View a list of all devices that are being used by any enterprise user
Select/De-select devices to be remotely erased
View the status of pending remote erase requests for each device
View a transaction log that indicates which administrators have issued remote erase commands, in addition to the devices those commands pertained to
The Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Web Administration Tool is designed for use With Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 and compatible mobile devices (Windows Mobile 5).
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