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Push root cert to client using BES

Posted on 2013-12-11
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How do I set up BES 5.0 to push a root cert to the handsets?

Our wireless requires the device trusts the authentications server so I would like to push the root cert as part of the policy but I can see where I would set this up?

In mobile Iron you simple select the cert you want and tick a box...

Cheers
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This is the only documentation I know of on the process of using certificates with Blackberry devices:
http://docs.blackberry.com/en/admin/deliverables/25767/Configuring_BB_enroll_certs_over_wrless_ntwk_561636_11.jsp

Simon.
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by:Aaron Street
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Cheers it seems you are right, be glad to see the back of that server. Blackberry was great a few years back but just hasn't kept its lead.

Cheers for the info
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