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By GroovyGeek, Senior Member on 11th July 2014, 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Semantics

The police department I work for requires a PIN code in order for us to get work emails on our phones. If I have no security in place, I get a message saying I need to set a PIN. When I set up knock code, it also asked me for a PIN. My work email work email works on my phone, and yes, our Admin requires a PIN. Maybe I'm lucky and snuck through a crack or whatever.

Maybe this time LG implemented Knock Code properly, and made it appear as PIN security to the Exchange server? I could also see that being different between different carrier builds as well.
 
 
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