Windows.Security.ExchangeActiveSyncProvisioning namespace

Enables an app for mail to evaluate and apply the Exchange Active Synchronization (EAS) policies.

For an example of how mail clients can retrieve device information, see the EAS policies for mail clients sample.


The Windows.Security.ExchangeActiveSyncProvisioning namespace has these types of members:


EasClientDeviceInformation Provides the app the ability to retrieve device information from the local device.
EasClientSecurityPolicy Modern mail apps evaluate and apply the EAS security policies.
EasComplianceResults Provides the mail app with the results of the evaluation of the EAS security policies.



The Windows.Security.ExchangeActiveSyncProvisioning namespace has these enumerations.

EasDisallowConvenienceLogonResult Results of whether the logon can occur.
EasEncryptionProviderType Describes the type of Exchange ActiveSync encryption provider.
EasMaxInactivityTimeLockResult Represents the maximum length of time result before locking the computer.
EasMaxPasswordFailedAttemptsResult Represents the maximum number of password attempts results.
EasMinPasswordComplexCharactersResult Represents the minimum complexity result for passwords.
EasMinPasswordLengthResult Represents the minimum length result for passwords.
EasPasswordExpirationResult Results of querying on the password expiration information.
EasPasswordHistoryResult Represents the password history.
EasRequireEncryptionResult Represents the type of encryption required.


See also

EAS policies for mail clients sample



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