Create a resource for Exchange ActiveSync using the Exchange Server Options section of the Add
Resource page for a URL resource.
The Exchange Server Options section allows the administrator to specify a custom FQDN, IP address, SSL
certificate, and realm to use for providing Exchange ActiveSync access.
The custom FQDN, IP address, and SSL certificate options function in the same way as those for
Workplace sites that use these options. The custom FQDN provides a host/domain name through which
ActiveSync connections or sessions can be established.
The IP address is a virtual IP address hosted by the appliance, and must be on the same subnet as the
external interface (or the internal if single-homed) of the SMA appliance so that it is reachable via the
public interface of the appliance.
The SSL certificate can be a wildcard certificate or you can configure a server certificate that matches the
The only realms that appear in the Realm drop-down menu are those that use an Active Directory
authentication server. Realms that use chained authentication do not appear in the menu. A realm used
for Exchange ActiveSync cannot be changed to provide chained authentication or to use an
authentication server other than Active Directory.
Define a Device Profile for end point control of Exchange ActiveSync devices from the EPC page in AMC.
You can select Exchange ActiveSync as the device profile type.
The only attribute that can be configured for this device profile is Equipment ID. The device serial
number is used as the identifier. Equipment ID retrieval uses the underlying operating system hard disk
drivers. All driver updates should be applied to ensure that Equipment ID retrieval works reliably.
The Exchange ActiveSync device profile can be included in any zone for evaluation.
ActiveSync clients will not be able to connect on zones that have Device authorization