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Old 01-24-2005, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yes, I've searched the forums and I cannot find the answer I need.

I have a 7100t ... 12 of them actually. We use Lotus Domino 5.0.12, and BES 2.2.3.11.

Using the above, is it possible for me (bes admin) to push .cod files directly to the handhelds ?

If not, is there an "easy" way to get an application installed on multiple handhelds remotely ?
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You can do this with BES 4.0 using the 3rd Party Application Control policies in the Handheld Configuration tool.
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A couple of ways do come to mind...

1) If you push software to the clients PC's, you can push a silent installer with Desktop Manager that forces a firmware upgrade and you can add extra .cod files to it (there is a document on RIM's BB site that describes this... I'm reviewing it to see if we can use it to upgrade 140+ remote BB's).

2) If you got .jad & .jar files you could host it on a website and download it using the BlackBerry's browsers (not entirely certain that BES 2.2 has MDS or if this is even supported with this version).

Not sure either of these will help you, but it's all that comes to mind...
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