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Default Disabling "Auto enable mass storage when connected" from BES?

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As a BES admin, are you able to disable "Auto enable mass storage when connected" feature on RIM devices? Our policy is such that removable media is not allowed, and I would like to know if from the BES we can disable users from using SD cards.

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Yes, you can disable mass storage mode and/or the ability to use SD cards using BES IT Policy.
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