Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Compatible with Exchange 2010 features?

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  1. BlueLyric

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    Does anyone know if the Android 4.2 (or 4.1.2... aka Jelly Bean) is compatible with the "Show Recovery Password" feature via Microsoft Exchange 2010?

    I've read in some other forums previous Android versions were compatible, but nothing solid to confirm that the new OS is compatible. In particular, I'm looking to see if the "Show Recovery Password" feature is a good backdoor for when a user forgets their password on the lock screen (I'm aware I will have to I enable the EAS policy for a user to have that capability first).

    Any insight is appreciated! Thanks :)
     
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