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Old 11-04-2007, 08:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default BES Password Policy on users with CAC card Readers.

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Background, There used to be a problem with forcing password policy to BB users with CAC readers setup. I don't remember but it would cause the BB to be tied to that user and\or the CAC card reader forever. In our environment we roll down blackberries to other users when new ones are purchased. I think this problems was discovered in the BB 957 era.
I am not the BES admin, but I am pretty sure we fairly up to date with the BES verision, and we are running exchange 2003 enterprise.

So the question is; does anyone know what I am talking about?, and if so can you tell me if this has been fixed.
We just purchased about 30 8703e and apriva bt200 readers.

Thanks, Ron
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