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Old 07-17-2013, 06:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings All

I have a Secure Work Space CAL on my BES 10.1.1 server.
It works fine on Android (with glitches depending on OS versions).

However, i cant get it to work on iOS.
I download the BES Client via iTunes and fill in the missing blanks as per this site:

http://ukblog.im-mobility.com/activa...ise-server-101

But no Secure Work Space is created nor the addtional Work Connect, Work Browser or Docs to Go apps are automatically downloaded.

Tried downloading the apps manually to the iPhone, but it states it requires a work space to function.

Ive followed the steps on page 120, 121 and 122 of the BES 10.1.1 Config guide for Secure Work Space to no avail.

Any help will be most appreciated.

Thanks
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Greetings All

I have a Secure Work Space CAL on my BES 10.1.1 server.
It works fine on Android (with glitches depending on OS versions).

However, i cant get it to work on iOS.
I download the BES Client via iTunes and fill in the missing blanks as per this site:

Activating an iOS or Android device on BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10.1 | IMUK Mobility Blog

But no Secure Work Space is created nor the addtional Work Connect, Work Browser or Docs to Go apps are automatically downloaded.

Tried downloading the apps manually to the iPhone, but it states it requires a work space to function.

Ive followed the steps on page 120, 121 and 122 of the BES 10.1.1 Config guide for Secure Work Space to no avail.

Any help will be most appreciated.

Thanks
This is where you spend the extra money (if you haven't already) and get your company a BlackBerry TSS contract and call BBRY for support. I don't think you will find too many people connecting their Android or iOS devices to their BES 10 servers as they have likely already gone with a 3rd party like AirWatch, Mass 360, or someone else.
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Can also post your questions here, quite a few are using BES 10 for IOS and android
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