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    Configuring IT Policies Help!

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    Does anyone know how to configure an IT policy to allow certain users to upgrade there devices. This would be the ONLY application that would be allowed (ie: Bloomberg) and no other 3rd party vendor applications ?

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    Re: Configuring IT Policies Help!

    What version BES do you have?

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    Re: Configuring IT Policies Help!

    Im using BES 4.1

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    Re: Configuring IT Policies Help!

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~you can do it a few ways. Disable app loader in the policy. That will stop them from loading from pc. Then create a wireless delivery package to install on certain BlackBerry via software configuration.

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    Re: Configuring IT Policies Help!

    That should work depending on what type of apps you are loading onto the device. Also, if your IT Policy is blocking 3rd party apps they may not get to the device via software configuration.

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    Re: Configuring IT Policies Help!

    Thats true, currently Im having to manually set the policy to default (approx 80 users) then have to action the upgrade for the users wirelessley, then set the policy back. I thought there was a way of not messing with the policies but to have one configured to allow only a specific application to be installed as and when required by the user without my intervention. If I change the policy to default, there would also be a slight chance that other applications could be downloaded onto the device by the user.

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