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Blackberry IT policy transfer

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Is there a way I can import IT policies from my old BES 4.1.7 to my new BES 5.0.2, I don't want to recreate them.
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Hi,

There are significant number of new ones and options have changed on many - True becomes Yes etc.

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Rob Mobility
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BES 4.1.7 has its DB on Server1 with DBname DB1
BES 5.0.2 has its DB on Server1 with DBname DB5

Can I run the tool on the BES 5.0.2 and import the IT policy directely from the BES 4.1.7 DB (DB1)

ITPolicyImportExport -n Server1 -db DB1 -import

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Yes, it can be done, it is mentioned in the KB as well.
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