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Old 05-07-2009, 11:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Neo3000 View Post

We have a similar setup with BES and BlueCoat but we are not using credential caching.
It is possible to include PIN and/or email in the http header the MDS sends out to the proxy (refer to KB03275). I am not sure, if BlueCoat can take this header field into account when authenticating on the base of the IP.

I thought this feature could be used for enabling the proxy to log access per blackberry PIN - but this does not seem to be possible from the BlueCoat side.

Anyway, I would be interested to know if this helped and how you solved your problem.


Excellent thanks Neo3000, that's the KB I've been looking for to investigate another issue we have.

I will chat with the guys who look after the Proxies and see if we can use this in anyway to address this problem.

Will update this thread when I have the results.
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