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Create a Logon procedure

  1. Login to the DualShield Management Console
  2. In the main menu, select “Authentication | Logon Procedure”
  3. Click the “Create” button on the toolbar
  4. Enter “Name” and select “Exchange ActiveSync” as the type



  5. Click “Save”
  6. Click the Context Menu icon of the newly create logon procedure, select “Logon Steps”
  7. In the popup windows, click the “Create” button on the toolbar
  8. Select the authenticator method, “Mobile Device Fingerprint”



  9. Click "Close"

Create an application

The next step is to create an application for your Exchange ActiveSync service, and publish the application on the DualShIeld SSO Server.

  1. In the main menu, select “Authentication | Application”
  2. Click the “Create” button on the toolbar
  3. Enter “Name”
  4. Select “Realm”
  5. Select the newly created logon procedure



  6. Click "Save"
  7. Click the context menu of the newly created application, select "Agent"



  8. Select the SSO Server
  9. Click "Save"
  10. Click the context menu of the newly created application, select "Self Test"

Active Sync DeviceID policy

The ActiveSync DeviceID policy defines how ActiveSync DeviceID should be registered and activated etc. You might want to modify its default settings.

  • Select “Administration | Policies” from the main menu
  • Select “ActiveSync DeviceID” from the category list on the left panel
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    Select "Edit" from the context menu
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    Provisioning Server

    For Exchange ActiveSync integration, you must configure your DualShield Provisioning Server and make it is accessible from the Internet by providing a public URL. You may publish the provisioning service on a reserve proxy server or by the NAT of a firewall.

  • Select “Authentication | Agents” from the main menu
  • Select “Edit” from the context menu of the Provisioning Server
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  • Enter the public URL
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