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IOS Devices

IOS Devices

IOS Devices

Does anyone have a script that will list out the users and the Apple IOS version they have?

RE: IOS Devices

When iOS 6.1 caused problems with ActiveSync I used this article http://exchangeserverpro.com/block-ios-61-exchange-2010/

The Exchange Management Shell command to find all iOS 6.1 devices is:

CODE --> Shell

C:\>Get-ActiveSyncDevice | where {$_.deviceos -match "iOS 6.1"} | select devicetype,deviceos,deviceuseragent 

So you should be able to just change it to:

CODE --> Shell

C:\>Get-ActiveSyncDevice | where {$_.deviceos -match "iOS"} | select devicetype,deviceos,deviceuseragent 
to give you all iOS devices and exact versions. I've just tried it and can confirm that it does.

Making it just:

CODE --> Shell

C:\>Get-ActiveSyncDevice | where {$_.deviceos -match "iOS"} 
gives you all information.

Making it:

CODE --> Shell

C:\>Get-ActiveSyncDevice | where {$_.deviceos -match "iOS"} | select devicetype,deviceos,deviceuseragent,userdisplayname 
gives you the user associated with the device. Unfortunately it's the full DN eg domain.local/COMPANYNAME/USERS/ as Exchange doesn't have a field for just the CN.

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