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#1 rafeta124

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Posted 26 July 2013 - 11:27 AM

Hello Guys from PHPFreaks,

 

 

i've a Exchange 2010 server installed on my company and we have the EAS (Exchange ActiveSync) enabled on them.

All my mobile devices are connected to Exchange so I can Manage it from there.]

 

Microsoft allows to get a lot of information and manage the Devices using PowerShell.

 

There's one feature that I really need to monitor with an Web Page (using PHP of course) that give the detailed information about 

the device, just like it:

 

[PS] C:\> Get-ActiveSyncDeviceStatistics -mailbox xxxxxxxxxxx
 
RunspaceId                    : 
FirstSyncTime                 : 
LastPolicyUpdateTime          : 
LastSyncAttemptTime           : 
LastSuccessSync               : 
DeviceType                    : 
DeviceID                      : 
DeviceUserAgent               : 
DeviceWipeSentTime            :
DeviceWipeRequestTime         :
DeviceWipeAckTime             :
LastPingHeartbeat             : 
RecoveryPassword              : 
DeviceModel                   : 
DeviceImei                    : 
DeviceFriendlyName            :
DeviceOS                      : 
DeviceOSLanguage              :
DevicePhoneNumber             :
MailboxLogReport              :
DeviceEnableOutboundSMS       : 
DeviceMobileOperator          :
Identity                      : 
Guid                          : 
IsRemoteWipeSupported         : 
Status                        : 
StatusNote                    :
DeviceAccessState             : 
DeviceAccessStateReason       : 
DeviceAccessControlRule       :
DevicePolicyApplied           : 
DevicePolicyApplicationStatus : 
LastDeviceWipeRequestor       :
DeviceActiveSyncVersion       : 
NumberOfFoldersSynced         : 
SyncStateUpgradeTime          :
 
I'm using linux CentOS to host my PHP page but I donĀ“t know how can I get these informations  without using PowerShell.
 
Anyone knows some method to connect directly to Exchange to get this information? 
Or a way to emulate powershell in the Linux environment and then, connect to Exchange??
 
Thanks and Sorry for my poor english.

Edited by rafeta124, 26 July 2013 - 11:31 AM.





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