Update Security Settings

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  1. jwendler

    jwendler New Member

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    Ever since taking the 2.2 update, Exchange (on the phone) has been saying "Update Security Settings" for my corporate account.

    So i click that, it takes me to my account settings. In my incoming settings, i verify the information, click next... then i get this message:

    Remote Security Administration: The server <my server> requires that you allow it to remotely control some security features of your phone. Do you wish to finish setting up this account?

    I hit ok, and it takes me back to my account settings. And that’s where I’m lost...

    Any ideas?
     
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    joeydvdz New Member

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    Ditto. Help! Doesn't seem to hurt anything, but it is annoying.
     
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    I have this problem too. Anyone figure it out yet? Is this a bug in Froyo?
     
  4. dlwhtrose

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    You may have to check with your Exchange IT person to find out what the security settings should be. I had to do that in order to get my work email to start coming to my phone.
     
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    dmerrick New Member

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    Anyone figure out how to stop this below???

    Ever since taking the 2.2 update, Exchange (on the phone) has been saying "Update Security Settings" for my corporate account.
     
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    Tallica Premium Member Rescue Squad Premium Member

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    So...did you read this thread at all before posting? dlwhtrose answered it in the post right above yours.
     
  7. OldFatGuy

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    That doesn't answer anything really. It says: You may have to check with your Exchange IT person to find out what the security settings should be. I had to do that in order to get my work email to start coming to my phone.

    I am getting email and I checked with my Exchange Admin and all is well as far as they are concerned. I get email all day long - it's just that I also get this annoying pop-up every time I power on the phone or email gets restarted.

    Does anyone have a real answer, like what needs to be checked or changed or whatever the case may be?
     
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    I get the same prompt anytime I reboot the phone. I just have to verify the settings and click ok to it. Only occurs after a reboot which is rare. It's annoying and I consider it a bug since there is no actual security change needed. Haven't found a fix so I live with it, for now.
     
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    I just helped a co-worker with this issue yesterday, at least I was able to get it to work yesterday (haven't checked with her yet today). What I did was make sure that there was a check mark in both of the security options, I think one was to use SSL and the other was to accept certificates (again, I believe these were the options, but I selected both). After doing that, I choose to continue and it verified the account, but the error message popped up in the notification bar again. I then went back into the exchange setup, verified the account settings, didn't change anything just continued with the process and everything started to work.

    If this is of no help, I can try to get her phone when I get out of the meeting I am about to go to, and see if I missed something. Good Luck
     
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    -- POSSIBLE FIX --

    I had the same issue many of you have stated above on my Droid (Milestone). I resolved it by doing the following...

    Applications > Email
    Press and hold on the affected account and choose "Remove account" then press OK.

    Once that is done, setup your account again.
     
  11. jaytime

    jaytime New Member

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    I get this nag notification often. However, I am aware what IT policy I don't have in place. In my case, it is the need for an unlock password on my phone... which I don't want. I know why I should have it, but I don't want it. Please save your breath lecturing me about security.

    @OldFatGuy: you need to ask about your IT admin about the specific security policy, not just for your mail server settings.

    I've removed and added the account several times, but this doesn't stop the message. It doesn't just appear when I startup, it appears every time a new email arrives. Ugh!
    In my case, when I click on the notification, it doesn't even take me to the account settings or phone settings. It doesn't know what to do, so it just goes away. I would still prefer not to be nagged about it all the time.

    The workaround for me was to disable email push. I set it to never check--I'll do it manually when I need to check this email remotely.

    I suspect many of you will need or want push notifications enabled and I think you're out of luck besides obtaining the correct security settings and implementing them on your phone. Consider yourself lucky that it synchronizes at all without the correct security settings. When Google gets around to making Exchange a priority, you likely won't be able to sync OR your Exchange admin will be able to control many aspects of your phone, including a remote wipe if they so choose.

    My ideal (which is probably a couple years away before programmers get around to setting it up this way), would be to require the security policy for the ACCOUNT (managed by the app, but I would accept for the whole APP too since most people don't have Exchange accounts from different orgs), but not for the whole phone. So, if my Admin wants a two factor authentication, then the app can require a password before displaying my email.
     
  12. FWSoccerDad

    FWSoccerDad New Member

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    Obviously, you weren't an English major and don't read much. What you claim is an answer is anything but a definitive answer. You ought to save your sarcasm for topics you know something about because you only expose yourself when you pop off and are wrong.
     
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