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Old 06-05-2008, 02:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My firewall is set as "enabled" and there are certain objects I can't change... I want to know if there is a way to turn it off completely? Hitting "d" or "0" doesn't do anything. (there is a little lock symbol on it by the way, it's red). I am on a BES but I am the administrator and I have gone through and wasn't able to find any options that are restricting my turning off the firewall. So any changes within the BES that need to be changed, I can change. Let me know if you've got any solutions!!

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You can't turn off the firewall once it's enabled.
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how does it get enabled in the first place?
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Activating on BES.
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Even if there is no policy that tells it to turn it on?
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Correct.
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Even if there is no policy that tells it to turn it on?
there is a BES policy for firewall.
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This i Know, but it is not configured and thus should not be enabling the firewall. I don't understand why it does when you activate it on the BES.
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