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Old 08-12-2008, 10:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Good morning everybody !

I have a small problem, i use "resend peer to peer key" to rensend encryption key with BRK 4.1.4.

But i have this error when the BRK log start:

[17:12:04] BESUserAdmin::main - Log End
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D:\Applis\blackberry\********rk\4.1.4\BESUserAdmin Client.exe -n -p ******** -resend_peer_to_peer_key -u "CN=Test BES-E/OU=fr/O=dos" -b CN=gap001/OU=srv/O=dos

[17:12:03] BESUserAdmin::main - Log Start
[17:12:04] BESUserAdmin::DoResendPeerToPeerKey - ITAdmin RESEND_PEER_TO_PEER_KEY...
[17:12:04] BESUserAdmin::DoResendPeerToPeerKey - Problem resending peer to peer key. Error Code: -43 (Cannot get peer to peer key.)
[17:12:04] BESUserAdmin::main - Log End

Do you have an idea about this problem ?

Old 08-12-2008, 10:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Do you have a peer-to-peer encryption key set on the BES?
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Old 08-12-2008, 11:53 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Keep in mind that the Peer-to-Peer encryption key is not the same as the encryption key. Peer-to-Peer is when you enforce encryption for Pin messages. It blocks the users from sending PIN messages to people not on their BES.

The encryption key that you are referring to is the one for the BB's regular encryption, the one for 3DES or AES, whatever you have set on the BES.

Like Penguin said, if you don't have Peer-to-Peer encryption enabled then it can't get a key that does not exist.

Hope that helps.

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