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Old 08-10-2006, 10:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Export IT Policy settings in 4.1

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Judging by my search, this isn't an option but I just wanted to verify. No exporting of IT Policy settings for viewing? Let's say I want to create a new poilcy and want it to be exactly like a previous one, what would be the easiest way rather tha writing it all down?
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I am looking for an answer to this also....anyone?
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I don't believe that a model policy is in RIM's dictionary (I could be wrong though). I thought that in 4.0, you could change the Default policy and have future policies derived from it, but it appears that in 4.1, this is not the case (could be wrong about 4.0, as well).
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Yes. At the moment you cannot base a new IT policy on an existing policy (including the default).

I believe this is on the raodmap for a future service pack / release.


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