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Old 10-01-2006, 04:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've a second hand 7290 that was used on a BES. It has a security policy that survives even a javaloader wipe and reinstall of the OS. Is it possible to delete the policy (which is enforcing I set a long password on the device)?
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Yes, it is possible. Please use the instructions found on this site: Unlocking the Blackberry.
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Fantastic. Seems to have worked a treat
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Are you on a BES or BIS?

Can you confirm that this worked without any issues? Thanks.
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If you are on a BES - which I believe you are, the IT Policy will automatically be pushed down. In some companies, overriding an IT Policy is a violation of security standards. Do so at your own risk.
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The BB was on a BES. I no longer work for the company, but it's my BB. So I wanted to be able to use it on a BIS in future.
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