Back in September I posted an article about a problem that occurred when synchronizing iOS 7 devices against Exchange 2010 SP2. The wheels of justice grind slowly, but Microsoft has released a KB article and accompanying hotfix that describe the symptoms precisely.
I also got an odd report from a large enterprise customer; they had several hundred iOS 7.0.2 devices, all on Verizon in one specific region, that were having synchronization problems. The issue here turned out to be a network configuration issue on Verizon’s network that required some action from them to fix.
Now you’re probably starting to see the value in solutions like those from BoxTone…
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So is it just par for the course now that whenever there’s an iOS update, there’s going to be an Exchange sync problem somewhere? Gag.
That’s the way I’m betting.
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