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Old 06-01-2006, 06:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to pre-configure some master device settings on an 8700
such as removing blackberry messenger/brickbreaker and then push this template out to new blackberrys wirelessly?, (I dont mean policy settings)
I have looked into application control policy but this doesnt seem to to wirless scenario? I am using BES ver 4.0.


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And the answer is no.
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You can block these apps using a software configurtion policy. you'd need to get the .cod files for these apps and then create a .alx file for them. Then you could index them and set the disposition to disallow.
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cool thanks Tommy
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how do you obtain those COD files if the app was installed wirelessly?
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