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Old 08-25-2010, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings everyone. I am lost, and feeling a little foolish to have to post such a simple question.

I have a curve 1 and a curve 2. I need to set the allow outgoing calls while locked policy to yes on the curve 2 and it's not in the same place (Options>Security> general settings).

I've looked in a bunch of different places and cant find it.

Does anyone know where to find this on the 8530 (Curve 2 from Verizon)

Thanks in advance..

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Try OPTIONS/PASSWORD.

Allow outgoing calls while locked = yes
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That option is not there on the 8530.... it's driving me crazy...
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You refer to a lock policy...Are these handhelds on a BES? If so, are they on the same BES with the same IT policy? It has been some time but I want to say I remember this might be a setting on the server side?? BES Admins??
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You can restrict this via an IT policy rule in the Security tab but it won't hide the setting on the device. You'll just see a red lock next to the setting on the device and you can't change it. I just checked a 8530 and the setting is in the location you previously mentioned...Options --> Password.
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