There are some users who really wants to configure the active sync devices more than a normal limit, not because of the y buy devices every week or they want to access from all the devices, But normally we need to test all the devices which is used in our Organization.
I was just configuring my all devices for Exchange Mailbox I got stuck with only 10 devices because by default exchange 2010 SP1 only allow you to connect 10 devices.
Microsoft Throttling Policies manage the performance of our Exchange Organization and also track the user’s resource
that each user consumes and enforces connection bandwidth limits.
We can apply the throttling policy on the following components
- Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
- Exchange Web Services
- Outlook Web App
- Windows PowerShell
All these component types have policy parameters that work similarly, except for the Windows PowerShell component type.
We can control the throttling policy by using the following cmds
|New-ThrottlingPolicy||This cmdlet creates a new throttling policy|
|Remove-ThrottlingPolicy||This cmdlet removes a throttling policy.|
|Get-ThrottlingPolicy||This cmdlet lets you view the settings of a throttling policy.|
|Set-ThrottlingPolicy||This cmdlet modifies all available settings for a throttling policy.|
Firstly we need to check the current policy by using the following cmd
Now we need to change the limitation of our Mobile devices from 10 to 50
Set-ThrottlingPolicy -EASMAXDevices 50 -identity DefaultThrottlingPolicy_hex_string
Hex_String will get from get-throttlingpolicy results.
Now I can connect upto 50 devices …..:)