About Device Policy Manager

by MG » Thu, 14 Oct 2010 02:08:36 GMT


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 Hello all.

I would like to ask regarding the new feature of device policy
manager.
What are the specific ways these new features can do?
Is there any sample application that demonstrates this device policy
manager?
How is this connected to Exchange Server?

Thank you.

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