Long story short, I need to report on associated ActiveSync devices in our environments. In either case this is fairly simple, but to combine the data I need to correlate info from Exchange 2010 and O365.
Let's start with O365. The current command is Get-MobileDevice [see also: Get-MobileDeviceStatistics]. This can be piped out via Select and we can get relevant Properties. Once we get relevant fields down, we will send this to CSV for consumption.
Get-MobileDevice | Select -Property UserDisplayName,DeviceType,DeviceModel,FriendlyName,DeviceOS,DeviceTelephoneNumber,DeviceAccessState,WhenChanged
- UserDisplayName - Display name of user mailbox owning the Device.
- DeviceType - Class of Device connection. iPhones are straightforward, but other manufacturers give any kind of info you could imagine.
- DeviceModel - Similar to DeviceType, iPhones are clearly enumerated, others not so much.
- FriendlyName - This is the Device Name as assigned by it's owner. Typically "so-and-so's iPhone" or similar.
- DeviceOS - Helpful when running reports to know what device versions are connecting.
- DeviceTelephoneNumber - another useful bit of info.
- DeviceAccessState - Allowed or Blocked, defines whether a given device has been blocked for ActiveSync.
- WhenChanged - I was hoping for a "last check-in", but this isn't it. This merely shows when the connection was configured or updated. A device system update seems to cause the info to change/refresh and changes this value.
This covers the O365/Exchange Online portion. I piped Export-CSV to the end to deliver a consumable document.
Exchange 2010 is a bit of a different beast. Since this is the on-premises environment, I'll have fewer entries overall.
Get-ActiveSyncDevice | Select -Property UserDisplayName,DeviceType,DeviceModel,FriendlyName,DeviceOS,DeviceTelephoneNumber,DeviceAccessState,WhenChanged
Note that here, the UserDisplayName returns the full cn from LDAP. That's not as friendly as it is in 2013/O365. Otherwise, the dataset matches well.