How to.. generate a list of all ActiveSync devices in your Organization

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In Today’s post we are going over a simple cmdlet to generate a list of all ActiveSync devices that you have in your organization

For starters, we can run Get-ActiveSyncDevice and voilà a list of all ActiveSync devices registered in your organization.


If you want to get an idea what your users are being connecting to your Exchange you can run the following cmdlet which basically will give you the Mailbox, and info about the device:

Get-ActiveSyncDevice | select UserDisplayName,DeviceID,DeviceType,DeviceUserAgent,DeviceModel,Name

Bear in mind that you can always add | Export-CSV file.csv to the cmdlet above and have that information easily in your Excel.

Written by Anderson Patricio

Anderson Patricio

Anderson Patricio is a Canadian MVP in Cloud and Datacenter Management, and Office Server and Services, besides the Microsoft Award he also holds a Solutions Master (MCSM) in Exchange and several other certifications. Anderson has been contributing to the Microsoft Community with articles, tutorials, blog posts, twitter, forums and book reviews. He is a regular contributor here at,, and Anderson (Portuguese).

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