Forced Security Policy

Discussion in 'Moto Q Hacks' started by Lucky13MN, Jan 23, 2008.

  1. bheidemann

    bheidemann New Member

    So I guess the only solution is to completely disable security. Too bad really.
  2. TreeFrog

    TreeFrog Active Member

    if you can disable forced security...then sure! I sure cant on my end or this problem would be mute..
  3. bheidemann

    bheidemann New Member

    moot:tounge:
  4. rcicu

    rcicu New Member

    I know that this is an old topic, but is there a way to prevent my hosting company from remotely wiping my phone?

    Thank you
  5. gaines

    gaines New Member

    Most recent version works great

    http://journal.zenyee.com/2008/10/19/stay-unlock-goes-20-after-two-years/

    1. Supports both Smartphone and Pocket PC Phone platform (WM5.0, WM6.0, WM6.1)
    2. Stay Unlock will always run in silent mode, and will never prompt. A log file is created instead.
    3. Stay Unlock now has a separate configuration tool, to support the following options
    a. Turn on/off Stay Unlock, i.e. override security policy enforced by your Exchange IT admin
    b. Always Stay Unlock
    c. Overriding Timeout setting
    d. Once you save your setting, the tool will prompt you if you want your running instance of Stay Unlock to reload this setting
    4. Stay Unlock will also allow override of time out value enforced by Exchange Server. This will address situation whereby users wants the device lock function but prefer a longer time out threshold value than what’s defined by their IT admin
    5. Stay Unlock will also default the timeout to 24 hours, when you set “Always Stay Unlock. There are technical and security reasons behind this implementation, instead of completely disabling device lock function. However, you can still turn off device lock by going to Settings > Personal > Lock, and turn off the checkbox “Prompt if unused for”. Stay Unlock is not responsible for your action to unsecure your device!

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