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remote wipe blackberry only with encrypted devices

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i was wondering if a remote wipe for blackberries only works with encrypted devices-or with unencrypted devices as well?
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Hi DukewillNukem,

Remote wipe works with both encrypted and unencrypted devices.

Regards,

Mike
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