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Active Sync Phones (Android) asking PIN after configuring Exchange 2013 Mailbox

Here is the Situation –

Android phone is not Configured with a PIN .

It means . When you unlock the phone . you directly go inside the phone . without any authentication PIN

Now after Configuring a Exchange 2013 Mailbox  . you are forced to set a PIN when your mobile device policies is configured in such a way.

So that when you unlock the phone. you are forced to enter a PIN every time.


Now how to disable this on Exchange 2013 Server ?

Login to Exchange Control Panel (ECP) –> Mobile –> Mobile Device Mailbox Policies

Double Click on the default Policy –> Uncheck “Require a password”

Note: By Default its unchecked.



Satheshwaran Manoharan
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Award-winning Technology Leader with a wealth of experience running large teams and diversified industry exposure in cloud computing. From shipping lines to rolling stocks.In-depth expertise in driving cloud adoption strategies and modernizing systems to cloud native. Specialized in Microsoft Cloud, DevOps, and Microsoft 365 Stack and conducted numerous successful projects worldwide. Also, Acting as a Technical Advisor for various start-ups.

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