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Is there a way to setup a blackberry manually on ones corporate network.

By this I mean to circumvent the use of the enterprise activator?
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Not possible. It must go through the Enterprise Activation process to be attached to a BES.
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Default The Enterprise Activation Procedure

Thank you for your response. I have a technical background myself but I wanted to understand what happens during the enterprise activation.

Assuming that an individual already has a BES account on the corporate network, all they would need to do is to have an Enterprise activation password generated and associated with their BES account to facilitate the procedure. Am I understanding this correctly?
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Thank you for your response. I have a technical background myself but I wanted to understand what happens during the enterprise activation.

Assuming that an individual already has a BES account on the corporate network, all they would need to do is to have an Enterprise activation password generated and associated with their BES account to facilitate the procedure. Am I understanding this correctly?
This is the enterprise activation process:
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The user needs to know their email address (which matches the one in their BES account) and must be assigned an Enterprise Activation password.
They also need a BES-capable data plan provisioned on their wireless account.
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Assuming that an individual already has a BES account on the corporate network, all they would need to do is to have an Enterprise activation password generated and associated with their BES account to facilitate the procedure. Am I understanding this correctly?
You can also kick off EA via USB.
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Theres no purpose to bypass the activation unless someone thinks they can get service without an account
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