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If you are using self-signed ssl then,While generating self-signed ssl certificate in server side,generate identity.p12 certificate and this certificate you need to use in identity section of IPCU. These few lines you can use to generate the idendtity.p12 //Creating the device Identity key and certificate request openssl genrsa 2048 > identity.key ...


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What are the errors in the log from 10:06:40.691 to 10:06:40.723? Line 10:06:40.691 5 SMTPI-011473([69.197.220.11]) inp: \022\003\001 was part of SSL handshake. Byte 0 = 022 means SSL record type = 22 (SSL3_RT_HANDSHAKE) Byte 1-2 = 0301 was means SSL version = TLS1_VERSION See this page for reference. But unfortunately the server on port 587 doesn't ...


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Ok, since you're only after a single phone, you would need to monitor something (DHCP or ARP table) and look for the MAC address of your phone. It won't change, as it's (meant to be) globally unique per network interface. However, there are some problems: DHCP leases last for a while. Just because there is a lease, that doesn't mean that the device is ...


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It means the Safari on the iPhone that's running iOS 7.1 is using Google Search (Appliance) as it's default search engine.


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From Exchange Management Shell Get-ActiveSyncDevice Look At DeviceOS it will give the version


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It's a legitimate address range - if Apple's using it as a default address for their routers, then they're doing it wrong. ARIN confirms that the whole 6.0.0.0/8 range is assigned to "USAISC", and if you take a look at a BGP looking glass, you'll see that 6.3.0.0/18 is being actively routed on the internet by AS668, which is assigned to the US DoD.


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I got a similar problem, the Samsung Android app was creating its own TRASH folder, instead of using the existing Trash one. After fixing it, as described below, I had to remove then add again the account so it update its configuration. The solution is the Dovecot namespace configuration: See https://wiki.dovecot.org/ MailboxSettings and Namespaces (I ...


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You'll need to use either a local GSM/CDMA repeater or enable some sort of service (such as UMA) that can tunnel the connection back to the wireless provider over WiFi instead of cellular.


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They gave you an incomplete certificate chain; mobile browsers tend to be a little more sensitive to chain issues than others. The intermediate issuer certificate with a thumbprint of c039a3269ee4b8e82d00c53fa797b5a19e836f47 is being presented correctly, but the "root" certificate that your server is presenting isn't a root certificate at all; it's an ...


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Did you make the registry changes to the Windows machines to make it behind NAT? Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\PolicyAgent] "AssumeUDPEncapsulationContextOnSendRule"=dword:00000002 The registry change is mentioned in this article : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926179


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I would like to pitch in on this. While I can not testify against i-CONICA's answer, as it is probably correct, I noticed that on both an iPad and iPhone (both running iOS 7.1) that if you open a website through the Google Search App, that the user agent will be changed to the "GSA" string, as opposed to the standard Safari user agent string. It seems the ...


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Okay the first thing to is to try https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/ If a server error 500 occurs it might be related to the fact that the user is in a protected group, and thus some inheritance gets removed every hour.. From http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd439375%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx To check whether inheritance is disabled on the user: ...


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Sounds like you've got it mostly working. My guess is that you'll need this added to your IPsec configuration: # Apple iOS doesn't send delete notify so we need dead peer # detection to detect vanishing clients dpddelay=10 dpdtimeout=90 dpdaction=clear Basically, when you disconnect with an iPhone/iPad it does not send a DELETE ...


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OpenVPN.net finally released an official client for iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/openvpn-connect/id590379981


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This apparently is an issue with iOS. It does not automatically pick up WPAD. You can work around this by going into the Wi-Fi settings for your network, setting the HTTP Proxy setting to Auto and entering http://wpad/wpad.dat? into the URL setting for the device.


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I'm afraid not sorry. That said the vast majority of iOS apps are either 100% compatible between v5 and v6 or need a simple recompile with the XCode 4.5 to be ready, and dev releases of v6 have been available for 4-months+. So it's a shame that your devs didn't put the effort into fixing the root-issue, it would've save you having to go out of your way to ...


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As I understand it, this issue affects Exchange transaction logs. You absolutely should not 'limit' these logs in any way. Transaction logs are committed to the exchange database and flushed after an exchange-aware backup. If you notice transaction logs growing, you have two options - move the logs to a drive that's big enough to hold a typical day's log ...


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Take a look at https://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/hh529949(v=exchg.150).aspx There is an interesting line at the bottom of that page that implies the effective maximum limit is about 33% less then the limit you have configured. Given the default for active sync is 10mb and you are seeing problems around 7, that would make sense. Try increasing to ...


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There is certainly no way built in to Activesync as this covers a broad spectrum of manufacturers using Activesync and does not include vendor-specific options or software policies. Also, having looked through the iPhone configuration utility, I'm not sure Apple provide a workaround either. Seeing as nowadays from iOS 5 and up a connection to itunes is not ...


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An alternative would be to set up the community edition of Zarafa and only use it for calendaring. You'd either access your calendars with your iPhones or through WebAccess/WebApp (both are web-based clients for Zarafa).


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Moderated message transport is possible using Outlook or OWA as clients. You cannot do this using iPhone/iPad or any other Exchange ActiveSync based clients. Hence no Approve/Disapprove buttons for iPhone/iPad You have to ask the end user to use OWA in iPad for message approval. Microsoft's guidance here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2009/06/...


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The original answer from 2011 is outdated. Dovecot lifecycle announcement: For any version before 2.2, we are not going to be providing any patches or fixes. This has been the case before, but we are now officially declaring them EOL. I will still list all versions for reference. Sometimes admins have to run software they'd rather not run. dovecot ...


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No-one's voted to close, so I'll make my comment into an answer: Why not run the check-out on the devices? Since you write apps, write one that locks the device until a user logs in. I wouldn't think it needs to be very secure, since it's being used in-house. To check a device out, the user simply takes it, logs in, and the app can transmit the fact that ...


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HP has recently released iLO mobile apps for iPhone and Android. HP iLO Mobile App Information (old link) HPE iLO Remote Access RAID status is reflected in the system health of some iLO 3/4 systems. The app can run RIBCL scripts, something like the <GET_HEALTH_STATUS/> command can give you what you want.


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I know of no way that you could see the behavior you're seeing now w/o changes to the IIS configuration outside of the installation of a new certificate. I'd strongly recommend restoring a backup of the IIS metabase from prior to any changes being made since, presumably, Active Sync was working fine "before". If you don't have a metabase backup then I'd ...


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I've been playing with Pushover for sending Nagios alert push notifications to myself and other on-call staff. The Pushover service itself is free, until you start sending thousands of push notifications a month (hopefully for your sanity, that's not the case). Pushover can be configured with its own set of alerts, which you can make as annoying as you'd ...


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Essentially you need to copy the GAL contacts from the address book to the user "Contacts" folder. You should be able to use Powershell to access the Outlook API and the copy contact functions to copy from the GAL to the current user's folder in the default MAPI profile upon login / using a loginscript, or perhaps launch the script after successfully ...


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I finally found the answer! After a lot of digging into various wireshark captures I noticed that when the problem was happening that there was a lot of IPV6 broadcast and discovery traffic. After additional investigation I found that various computers on our network had Intel nic cards that had a wake on lan function. The computers would sleep and would ...


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They use Office 365 and have always required phones to be enrolled (giving their IT department full access) in order for email etc. to be accessible. However, I used to be able to circumvent this by accessing my Office 365 emails through IMAP. You clearly don't respect your clients or value their business or the business relationship you have with ...


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There seems to be a slew of similar problems on the web. The first thing that pops out in my mind is permissions. Specifically, whether or not these users are domain admins of any kind, or members of other special groups. First thing to do would be to go to https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com and see what crops up when you use one of the affected ...


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