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How to remotely wipe a user’s Office 365 device
 
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More at http://www.365ninja.com/ This video is intended for Office 365 admins. Learn how to remotely wipe a user's Office 365 mobile device in a few easy steps.
Views: 5644 365 Ninja
Exchange Server - Remote Wipe
 
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This is a short video to show how easy it is to wipe the data off a lost or stolen device that is connected to an Exchange Server.
Views: 5130 MSExchangeTeam
Exchange Server - Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) Mobile Device Policy Control
 
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This is a short video that shows how Exchange ActiveSync allows Exchange Server to manage and control mobile deivces so that things like adding a password, wiping information off a stolen device, or encrypting device data can easily be enabled.
Views: 37172 MSExchangeTeam
Exchange ActiveSync Security: Remote Wipe Featured on Motorola Admiral
 
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Learn how to remotely enforce security features on the Admiral by using the Exchange Management console.
Views: 819 motorolatv
How to Remotely Wipe Corporate Devices | SBTV
 
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With so many workers combining personal and work information on a single device, remote mobile device management has never been more important. When devices are lost or stolen, administrators need a quick and easy way to wipe their content remotely, both in order to safeguard personal privacy and to ensure that enterprise data is not compromised. On a Samsung device, this can be easily accomplished. Because so much personal and company information resides on mobile devices today, it's more important than ever for administrators to have a fast and secure way to wipe a potentially compromised phone. With remote mobile device management, content can be removed without a trace, thus helping to prevent data leaks before they can occur. Learn more about Samsung Security Solutions here: http://www.samsung.com/us/business/security/knox/
Views: 1315 Samsung Business USA
Remotely Wipe a Windows Mobile Device
 
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With Exchange 2007 and Windows Mobile 6, you remote wipe a lost device & know that the data has been removed. Gordon Ryan shows you how to do this using Outlook Web Access & the Exchange graphical & Powershell administration tools.
Views: 1493 DeveloperVideos
How to remotely wipe your Office 365 device
 
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More at http://www.365ninja.com/ This video is aimed at end users, and shows the process of remotely wiping a device with Office 365. Please be sure you know whether you are wiping your entire device or just your mail app!
Views: 3285 365 Ninja
iPhone Wiped by Exchange 2010
 
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Wondering what would happen on the other end if you had to wipe your MS Exchange linked iPhone because you lost it or it was stollen? Here's what that process looks like - here's hoping you never have to see either end of it.
Views: 3015 Matt Clare
Office 365 Tutorial  How to create a custom MDM policy for mobile devices
 
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Professor Robert McMillen shows you how to create a custom MDM policy for mobile devices. This sets up certain password and other requirements from mobile devices before allowing them into your Exchange network.
Views: 2461 Robert McMillen
Office 365 Exchange ActiveSync Access Settings mobile device access
 
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Office 365 Exchange ActiveSync Access Settings mobile device access
Views: 2133 Yaniv Totshvili
Microsoft 365 Business - Remotely wipe company data
 
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Using Microsoft 365 to automatically wipe data from mobile devices that don't connect for a certain period of time. Protect your data from devices given away, donated, left in a draw after an upgrade, lost, etc.
Views: 104 Better Online
Remote Wipe Instruction Demo
 
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Neil Farquharson simulates a remote wipe instruction being sent to a BYOD mobility device.
Views: 832 Zix
How to wipe smart phones using exchange
 
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This method replaces the need for a BES. This will wipe every off the phone .. like out of box. In the case of an Iphone .. you wont be able to use it anymore .. as it will need to be activated again. examples are of Iphone and nokia N900 maemo
Views: 391 Amitesh Naidu
20345 1 Demo23 Managing Access For Mobile Devices
 
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This demo looks at enabling Mobile Device access with Microsoft Exchange Server 2016
Views: 565 Bryan OConnor
[DEFCON 20] Exchanging Demands
 
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Exchanging Demands Peter Hannay - Security Researcher, PhD Student Smart phones and other portable devices are increasingly used with Microsoft Exchange to allow people to check their corporate emails or sync their calendars remotely. Exchange has an interesting relationship with its mobile clients. It demands a certain level of control over the devices, enforcing policy such as password complexity, screen timeouts, remote lock out and remote wipe functionality. This behavior is usually accepted by the user via a prompt when they first connect to Exchange. However, the protocol for updating these policies provides very little in the way of security and is quickly accepted by the device, often with no user interaction required. In this talk we will focus on the remote wipe functionality and how a potential attacker could abuse this functionality to remotely wipe devices that are connected to Exchange. By impersonating an Exchange server and sending appropriate policy updates through a simple script we are able to erase all data on devices remotely without any need for authentication. The presentation will explain how this can be accomplished and show proof of concept code for Android & iOS devices. Peter Hannay is a PhD student, researcher and lecturer based at Edith Cowan University in Perth Western Australia. His PhD research is focused on the acquisition and analysis of data from small and embedded devices. In addition to this he is involved in smart grid & network security research and other projects under the banner of the SECAU research organisation. Peter is an accomplished academic, with more than 20 publications in peer reviewed conferences and journals, in addition he is a regular speaker at the Ruxcon and Kiwicon hacker conferences taking place in Australia and New Zealand respectively. Twitter:@kronicd http://openduck.com
Views: 20 TalksDump
Setting up Remote Wipe on Blackphone 2
 
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This video shows you how to power down, close sensitive applications or remotely wipe your Blackphone 2 using the built in Remote Wipe app.
Views: 2492 Silent Circle
iPhone 2.0 Remote Wipe Feature in Exchange
 
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iPhone 2.0 Remote Wipe Feature in Exchange by Elephant Outlook.
Views: 17412 XnextStudios
Exchange Server - Allow/Block/Quarantine (ABQ) List
 
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This is a short video explaining what the Allow/Block/Quarantine (ABQ) list does in Exchange Server to help organizations control which devices can connect an sync data from their Exchange Server.
Views: 1499 MSExchangeTeam
Windows Phone 7 - Windows Phone 7 being remote wiped from BPOS / Exchange
 
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See how easy it is to remote wipe Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft BPOS or from Exchange with Outlook Web Access. The phone is completly wiped very quickly.
Views: 6917 Simon May
List Mobile Devices connected using ActiveSync on Office 365
 
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Connect to Exchange Online $UserCredential = Get-Credential $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $Session Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited | ForEach {Get-MobileDeviceStatistics -Mailbox:$_.Identity} | export-csv "c:\ActiveSyncDevices.csv" Remove-PSSession $Session My Site http://www.yshvili.com
Views: 6074 Yaniv Totshvili
Remote Wipe
 
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Remote wipe of 3gs through Exchange 2007
Views: 434 ev28335
Remotely Wipe mobile devices
 
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Secure the data on lost or stolen devices by remotely wiping it. SureMDM provides an easy to use feature to reset a device to factory settings.
Phil Schiller - iPhone and Microsoft Exchange Demo
 
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Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller shows in a demo, how the iPhone will support Microsoft Exchange
Views: 66136 Christoph Dernbach
DEFCON 20: Exchanging Demands
 
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Speaker: PETER HANNAY SECURITY RESEARCHER, PHD STUDENT Smart phones and other portable devices are increasingly used with Microsoft Exchange to allow people to check their corporate emails or sync their calendars remotely. Exchange has an interesting relationship with its mobile clients. It demands a certain level of control over the devices, enforcing policy such as password complexity, screen timeouts, remote lock out and remote wipe functionality. This behavior is usually accepted by the user via a prompt when they first connect to Exchange. However, the protocol for updating these policies provides very little in the way of security and is quickly accepted by the device, often with no user interaction required. In this talk we will focus on the remote wipe functionality and how a potential attacker could abuse this functionality to remotely wipe devices that are connected to Exchange. By impersonating an Exchange server and sending appropriate policy updates through a simple script we are able to erase all data on devices remotely without any need for authentication. The presentation will explain how this can be accomplished and show proof of concept code for Android & iOS devices. Peter Hannay is a PhD student, researcher and lecturer based at Edith Cowan University in Perth Western Australia. His PhD research is focused on the acquisition and analysis of data from small and embedded devices. In addition to this he is involved in smart grid & network security research and other projects under the banner of the SECAU research organisation. Peter is an accomplished academic, with more than 20 publications in peer reviewed conferences and journals, in addition he is a regular speaker at the Ruxcon and Kiwicon hacker conferences taking place in Australia and New Zealand respectively. Twitter:@kronicd http://openduck.com For more information visit: http://bit.ly/defcon20_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/defcon20_videos Playlist DEFCON 20: http://bit.ly/defcon20_playlist
Views: 1115 Christiaan008
Evolving Exchange ActiveSync and OWA for Devices - with a first look at OWA for Android phones
 
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OWA for Android phones is here. This week Jeremy Chapman is joined by Greg Baribault once again from the Exchange ActiveSync engineering team. They explain the rich history and evolution of EAS from protocol to mobile device management then finally to OWA for Devices. Along the way Greg demos OWA for Android, explains the underpinnings of notifications when connecting to on premises Exchange and Jeremy explains the new selective wipe with OWA for Devices versus a traditional full device wipe and reset.
Views: 4523 Microsoft Mechanics
Google apps remote wipe iPhone !
 
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This video shows Google Apps can remote wipe iphone. You can see Google apps really wipe iphone into factory default when administrator click wipe link in their control panel. This function support only Google Apps premier edition and iphone, black berry, android 2.2 phones.
Views: 3277 Movie Netkiller
Exchange 2010 ActiveSync Mobile Phone Policy
 
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Create a mobile phone policy for Exchange 2010 using ActiveSync Mailbox Policy. http://www.brickhouselabs.com
Views: 41932 brickhouselabs
Exchange Server - Mobile Device Compatibility
 
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This is a short video that explains how Exchange Server uses Exchange ActiveSync to allow email, contacts, and calendar entries to almost any smartphone on the market.
Views: 536 MSExchangeTeam
08 Enable or disable Exchange ActiveSync for a mailbox Exchange online
 
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Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for a user mailbox. Exchange ActiveSync is a client protocol that lets users synchronize a mobile device with their Exchange mailbox. Exchange ActiveSync is enabled by default when a user mailbox is created. Thank you! Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe to my channel.
Views: 390 Sumbria Tech Point
ubi-Suite Preview: Remote Wipe (Android)
 
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This is part of a series of Videos explaining certain aspects of ubi-Suite.
Views: 311 ubimanage
Disable Outlook Web App to all Users in Exchange 2019
 
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Disable Outlook Web App to all Users in Exchange 2019 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller(Yi.vn) | DC2 : Exchange Server, IP 10.0.0.2 | WIN101, WIN102 : Client 2. Step by step : Disable Outlook Web App to all Users - WIN101 : Logon with HiepIT - IE - https://10.0.0.2/owa - logon email - OK - DC2 : Disable Outlook Web App to all Users + Start - Exchange Management Shell - Type : Get-Mailbox -ResultSize unlimited | Set-CASMailbox -OWAEnabled $false - WIN102 : Logon with account VietIT - IE - https://10.0.0.2/owa - Check email === Notification "Your account has been disabled" - OK - WIN101 : Sign out OWA - Sign in === Notification "Your account has been disabled" - OK ----------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************-----------
Views: 76 microsoft lab
Remote Wipe i Outlook Web Access
 
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I vår Hosted Exchange-tjänst ingår skyddet Remote Wipe. Detta är mycket användbart när du har blivit bestulen på din mobiltelefon och vill radera allt data från din mobiltelefon.
Views: 242 midpointab
Mobile Device Security Using Microsoft Exchange Server
 
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This video is about Microsoft Outlook
Views: 66 Mike Thomas
Sync Exchange GAL with iPhone and Android
 
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Synchronize your Exchange GAL to iPhone and Android devices using Epicenter Server from Connected Software. Learn more at: http://www.connectedsw.com/Overview/57261
Views: 4943 ConnectedSw
ActiveSync device management via ECP
 
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This video is intended to guide an Office 365 administrator through configuring ActiveSync policies and allowing/blocking/quarantining ActiveSync devices.
Views: 817 Schakra Demos
Mobile Device Management for Office 365
 
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With Built-in Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Office 365, you can now control and secure the access to corporate resources. Learn more about Office 365 at http://products.office.com/en-us/business/compare-office-365-for-business-plans/?=SOC_YT_SMBOpt_OfficeSku_mdm Built in Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Office 365 provides key capabilities for Selective Wipe, Device management and Conditional Access, which can be further expanded with Microsoft Intune. Microsoft Office 365 delivers the power of cloud productivity to businesses of all sizes, helping save time, money, and free up valued resources. Office 365 combines the familiar Microsoft Office desktop suite with cloud-based versions of Microsoft’s next-generation communications and collaboration services—including Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Office Online, and Microsoft Skype for Business Online—to help users be productive from virtually anywhere through the Internet.
Views: 104354 Microsoft Office 365
How to disable non work email on a mobile device in Microsoft Exchange 2010 Active Sync
 
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Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains how to enable or disable consumer email on a mobile device in Microsoft Exchange 2010 Active Sync..
Views: 308 Robert McMillen
Remote wipe of mobile phone data: Delete mobile phone data 遙距清洗手機資料
 
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教學:如何使用Microsoft exchange server刪除去手提電話上的所有數據 Tutorial: How to use Microsoft exchange server to clear the data on smart phones
Views: 1203 yininternal
03 - Mobile Messaging  In Exchange Server 2016
 
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If you’d like to learn how Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 provides access to user mailboxes for various clients, check out this course. In Exchange Server 2016, all messaging clients access Exchange Server mailboxes through the use of Client Access Services (CAS), which is key to powering the Exchange messaging engine. Get the details on how to plan, implement, and manage Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 CAS. Explore mobile messaging setup, manage address lists and policies, and plan and implement CAS for the Internet. Plus, take a look at high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols. NOTE: This course is part of a four-part series on Exchange Server 2016: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Infrastructure, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Client Access Services, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Mailbox Databases, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Transport Services. 1 | Introduction to Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016 Examine Client Access Services in Exchange Server 2016, including Autodiscover, Outlook Connectivity in Exchange Server 2016, and other Client Access Services. 2 | Outlook on the Web Examine Outlook on the web, including the new name, new features, modern attachments, Outlook on the web policies, and configuration options. 3 | Mobile Messaging Take a look at mobile messaging, including Exchange ActiveSync. Learn how to manage mobile device security and mobile device mailbox policies. 4 | Address Lists and Policies Learn about address lists and address book policies. 5 | Plan and Implement Client Access Services for the Internet Plan and implement Client Access Services for the Internet, and find out how to manage security for Client Access Services. 6 | High Availability and Site Resilience for Client Access Protocols Explore high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols, including planning namespaces for multiple sites and implementing site resilience for CAS. Learn Review CAS in Exchange Server 2016. Examine Outlook on the web. Plan, implement, and manage mobile messaging. Manage address lists and policies. Plan and implement Client Access Services for the Internet. Examine high availability and site resilience for Client Access protocols.
Views: 523 RG Edu
DriveStrike Remote Wipe Windows Installation - How To
 
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Learn how easy it is to install DriveStrike Remote Wipe and Data Breach Protection solutions on your Windows computers. Check out https://drivestrike.com for more information!
Black Hat USA 2012 - Exchanging Demands
 
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By: Peter Hannay Smart phones and other portable devices are increasingly used with Microsoft Exchange to allow people to check their corporate emails or sync their calendars remotely. Exchange has an interesting relationship with its mobile clients. It demands a certain level of control over the devices, enforcing policy such as password complexity, screen timeouts, remote lock out and remote wipe functionality. This behavior is usually accepted by the user via a prompt when they first connect to Exchange. However, the protocol for updating these policies provides very little in the way of security and is quickly accepted by the device, often with no user interaction required. In this talk we will focus on the remote wipe functionality and how a potential attacker could abuse this functionality to remotely wipe devices that are connected to Exchange. By impersonating an Exchange server and sending appropriate policy updates through a simple script we are able to erase all data on devices remotely without any need for authentication. The presentation will explain how this can be accomplished and show proof of concept code for Android & iOS devices.
Views: 48 Black Hat
Remotely Wiping an iPad 2
 
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The UNTHINKABLE. I "lost" my iPad 2, and I know I'll never find it in my hands again, so I did what any sensible person would do: disown it.
Views: 1930 dashausman
Mobile Device Management - ActiveSync Settings
 
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This MDaemon tutorial reviews the ActiveSync settings.
Securing access to Exchange mailboxes with ManageEngine MDM
 
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ManageEngine Mobile Device Manager Plus helps you secure access to Exchange mailboxes and the confidential data stored within. This video demonstrates how to easily configure policies to restrict devices not managed by MDM, from accessing Exchange.
Views: 1207 ManageEngine
MobileMe: D01 Find My iPhone and Remote Wipe CC
 
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MobileMe: D01 Find My iPhone and Remote Wipe with subtitles http://mactutorial.wikidot.com
Views: 1941 macvideotutorial
Exchange 2013 mobile
 
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Connecting an Android (AndroVM) phone to Exchange 2013 server. Quarantining the mobile device. For one reason or the other the Android phone kept rebooting after the quarantine.
Views: 3648 kdguntu