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How do you track a blackberry device using Blackberry Enterprise Location Tracking BES 5??

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We have a BES 5 server and there is an IT policy that was pre set by a former admin. He has Enabled Enterprise Location Tracking and set the Tracking Interval for 60, which all sounds great. The trouble is none of us know how to view the data or track a device. Where do we find the information that the BB devices are reporting back to the BES 5 server?
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I am not going to repeat another forum as there is a lot of useful info in the thread:
http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/BlackBerry-Enterprise-Service-10/Where-are-the-Dots-Location-Tracking-from-the-BES/td-p/974739
Also follow the link to this forum thread:
http://www.blackberryforums.com/bes-admin-corner/245833-enterprise-location-tracking-now-working-6-0-0-461-a.html

It is a bit of a mess though, if you cannot use it I would turn it off as it will be draining the batteries on the devices.

Simon.
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