01-29-2005, 07:31 PM
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Sorry I haven't been on in a little bit, but I sent the policy to the user and gave the instructions to put the policy.bin file in c:\program files\research in motion\blackberry and then syncrhonize. He sent me an email which I can post if you need that it worked like a charm. All I did was create a policy that had a =false value in it an then after you drop the file and sync you can disable the security. It doesn't remove the policy but alows you to disable security. I can send you the policy.bin if you want it.
Also, we pushed the policy down originally an placed a pointer into the registry, but found that users would receive a policy error when logging into their laptop when offline from the network, so our policy is now put into the directory as mentioned above. I didn't want the policy defined by us put on my blackberry, that is why I modified a policy.bin that would allow me to disable if I want. You can customize your own settings for your policy.
pjn308 - please post your feedback you gave me if you get a chance.
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