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Old 05-07-2009, 10:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Neo3000 View Post
Hi,

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.

Greetings,
Neo3000


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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