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Old 04-06-2005, 08:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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If you add a device to the server and upon doing so, it goes through and initializes everything on the blackberry device and says activation complete, do you still need to have the Server send an activation email with PIN to the device and activate it that way, or no?

It doesn't appear to need to be activated by the second method, but I am not sure.

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If you have the device physically plugged into the server or a management workstation, you don't need to wirelessly activate it after either assigning it to a user or provisioning it.
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If you have the device physically plugged into the server or a management workstation, you don't need to wirelessly activate it after either assigning it to a user or provisioning it.
If that is the case, I think I will just plug the devices into the server as I upgrade them all. Is there a way to do the activation by just plugging in each device to the server one at a time? This only occured this time because I was setting up a new user.
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Plug it in, then load handheld, then provision I believe will work if the device has already been assigned to a user, granted you have your software dist directories setup correctly.
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