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    Re: access

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    I would also check the "Default Permissions" under the Applications on the device itself, and the reset the Firewall in Security Options.

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    Re: access

    Quote Originally Posted by inc188
    Here is what I am thinking. Now I am not very good with the it policy & BES stuff but if we can extract the policy from the bb & use the BES program ( I am not sure if there is such a thing lol) & may be modify the policy to allow 3rd party programs to work & not change any thing else in the policy. Would that work?
    Nope. For one thing, as has already been mentioned, most companies that bother to implement IT policies (ours doesn't) consider bypassing them as grounds for disciplinary action. Second, as long as the BB is associated with their BES, the IT policy will be pushed to the BB automatically therefore restricting 3rd party apps again.

    If you want full control of a BB, get your own and keep it off the company BES.

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