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    How to make BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager available to BlackBerry users

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    After the installation and customization of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Administration Tools and Services, complete the following steps to make the BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager available to BlackBerry smartphone users:
    • Distribute credentials to BlackBerry smartphone users.

      Note: To log in to BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager, BlackBerry smartphone users must use the credentials from the messaging environment.
    • Distribute the BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager web page address to BlackBerry smartphone users.
    Without customization, the form for the web page address is:
    https://<Net bios name of the computer where Web Desktop Manager is Installed>/webdesktop/login
    With customization, the form for the web page address is:
    https://<Net bios name of the computer where Web Desktop Manager is Installed>/webdesktop/
    app?page=Login&service=page&orgId=0


    Note: BlackBerry smartphone users must add the BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager web page address to the list of trusted sites for their browser.

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    Re: How to make BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager available to BlackBerry users

    What ver of BES is this for?

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    Re: How to make BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager available to BlackBerry users

    3.6 and above

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    Re: How to make BlackBerry Web Desktop Manager available to BlackBerry users

    web desktop manager is fairly limited though... the whole java/war distribution setup makes integration into your web farm a real dicey affair, it's really not all that customizable and some of the options don't seem to have been well thought out.

    I still haven't been able to get the firmware updates to work properly, and even when you can get it to work as you intended, some of the flags that you can pass to the apploader (like forceload or defaultusb) are completely ignored.

    Not to mention that the documentation for this is a joke.

    But it's a first "version 0.1" release I would say... it could use a lot of polishing and modification of the options, but it's a good start overall.

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