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Hello I am moving our users from BES for Groupwise to a new BES Interprise express for exchange server.

Everything I have read says the old IT policy needs to be wiped before I can connect the phones to the new server. I have read multiple posts on how to remotely wipe the policy but I can not find the correct policy setting on my BES administrator tool.

It seems to not have it the wipe policy template. Or I can not find it.

Its BES Security manager ver 4.1.3.8

Is there any way for me to do a remote wipe?
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Apply IT policy rule under
Security policy group, Remote wipe reset to factory default and set to TRUE

after that is applied to users and you Erase data and disable Hand Held in BES 4.x, IT policy will be gone.

Hope its there in GW.
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The only things I see about wipe in security policy group is


Secure Wipe if low battery
Secure Wipe delay after IT policy
Secure Wipe delay after lock
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Maybe you need to upgrade to a newer Service Pack.
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Yep. I read that it requires SP4 to do wipes. We are on sp3. Thanks I will give that a try.

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Yep. I read that it requires SP4 to do wipes. We are on sp3. Thanks I will give that a try.



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Remote Wipe Reset to Factory Defaults IT policy rule
Description

This rule specifies whether a BlackBerry® device resets to the default settings when it receives the Erase Data and Disable Handheld IT administration command over a wireless network.

The default value is False.

Change this rule to True to require a BlackBerry device to delete its stored IT policy permanently, to delete all third-party applications, and to delete all user data.

Minimum requirements

Java® based BlackBerry device
BlackBerry® Device Software version 4.2.2
BlackBerry® Enterprise Server version 4.1 SP4
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