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Old 11-18-2010, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 9000 Remove IT Policy problem..

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i got the info from the website of Remove IT Policy - BlackBerryFAQ

and i tried the method 2, but after the back up of my data i still see the IT policy name: default in the general setting of security option

i hate entering password everytime i try to make a call or do anything on my blackberry!!

can anyone help?
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Try method one.
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Default Re: 9000 Remove IT Policy problem..

Have you got encryption enabled?

I couldn't disable the password lock until I'd removed the encryption options.

Now I would like to set a password but not have the phone lock automatically. Haven't figured out how to do this yet. Seems to be all or nothing!
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It is all or nothing. You can set the lock timeout up to an hour, if that helps...
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