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Old 04-11-2008, 04:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How can i make my intranet website become available on the blackberry device? i want to set it as the homepage.? any suggestions?
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Old 04-11-2008, 04:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you using bes? if so, it is easy to do using the IT policy.
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Are you using bes? if so, it is easy to do using the IT policy.
I am using 4.1 but its an "intranet website" so how will the blackberry know who to resolve internal websites. i can push it through a policy but how is the names going to be resolved.
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You're on BES, so your BlackBerry is on your Internal network already, by way of MDS-CS.
Just point the BlackBerry to the internal web address that you'd use on one of your internal workstations.
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You're on BES, so your BlackBerry is on your Internal network already, by way of MDS-CS.
Just point the BlackBerry to the internal web address that you'd use on one of your internal workstations.
I dont think i installed MDS how can i verify that?
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If you have the BlackBerry Browser on your device, then you have MDS Connection Services. It's part of BES.

There's many ways to verify if you have MDS-CS running on the BES.

Just open BlackBerry manager and look under the BlackBerry Domain / Server for an entry named <servername>_MDS-CS_1 or something like that.
Highlight it, and check its status.

You can also look at the Services on the machine and see if you have a running service called 'BlackBerry MDS Connection Service'

Also, from your computer's web browser, browse to http://<bes server IP address>:8080 and see what shows up.
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Are you using bes? if so, it is easy to do using the IT policy.
Maybe I just forgot, but I can't seem to find where I can set a specific internal URL to push to the device under IT Policy! Ack!
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I know where to put the default webpage in the IT policy but every intranet website i use it says click here to login but keeps brining up the same login page.
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I know where to put the default webpage in the IT policy but every intranet website i use it says click here to login but keeps brining up the same login page.
Click [Refresh] on the browser.
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Click [Refresh] on the browser.
I think our site is tied into active directory maybe thats why its not working.
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I think our site is tied into active directory maybe thats why its not working.
How can i get this to work with active directory?
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