Originally Posted by thescullster
To date all users have been issued with Blackberry handsets connected via BES server Express to exchange.
The screens on these have not been adequate for viewing attachments, so no-one's been bothered with file access.
Now we are introducing Z10s connected via Activesync and clearly users are looking to copy files from server shares to the handset (and vice versa) whilst in the office.
Connecting the Z10 appears to require administrator authority over the PCs in a domain environment, which I am reluctant to grant.
How can the Z10 be connected to a corporate PC without bestowing admin rites. Also, how can the user be limited to using the device in mass storage mode (rather than allowing BB Link software install etc).
Settings > Blackberry Link > Switch off BlackBerry Link
But be aware the phone maps its data on any Computer it gets connected to. Which means corporate data can get copied at a simple connect without any further user input.
Better get a written agreement of all users not plug their phone in any unknown power source / device.