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Old 10-10-2010, 02:50 AM   #521 (permalink)
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and is it possible to send it wireless or via 3G? Or they have to have the devise in the hand? I will not be at for work another week.
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Old 10-10-2010, 10:04 AM   #522 (permalink)
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Call them and ask for am enterprise activation password. Then you will enter your email address and that password in Options > Advanced Options > Enterprise Activation.
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Old 10-12-2010, 05:16 AM   #523 (permalink)
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Its been 2 days with so many attempts to achieve a removal of IT policy but its got me beaten
I got a BB Curve 8900. I've installed BB Desktop on a Windows 7 PC. The BB is App 6.3.1.310 and Platform 4.2.0127.
Its unlocked but I cannot seem to achieve the IT Policy wipe using CMD or JL_Cmder (which just does not want to load).
Under CMD I just get invalid path even when I use the CMD script in the blog and I'm told JL_Cmdr hasn't installed properly.
I realise there are pages and pages on this, I have tried to review all the posts to find a solution but I'm now stuck.
Any help or advice or referral to the right thread VERY gratefully received!
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Old 10-21-2010, 06:12 PM   #524 (permalink)
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Old 10-22-2010, 02:31 AM   #525 (permalink)
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But where do I get a version of 4.5 for my 8707v?? 4.2 is the highest I can find. Thanks
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Old 10-22-2010, 11:59 AM   #526 (permalink)
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4.2 is the most recent version for your device.
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Hi all

I need to remove the IT policy on my 8800 handset but it's running 4.2. There are no updates available on desktop manager so I can't update the OS. As the policy.bin file has gone how do I remove/replace the policy? I'm not bothered about 3rd party apps but I can't turn off the "password promt" which is really ANNOYING!!!!
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Old 11-11-2010, 07:57 AM   #528 (permalink)
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Using "Google" and searching on "blank BlackBerry policy.bin" I found this thread which has a policy.bin file in it.

Remove an I.T. Policy from a BlackBerry... - BlackBerry Forums at CrackBerry.com
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Old 11-11-2010, 09:29 AM   #529 (permalink)
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Or better yet, update it to OS 4.5 by following the instructions here:

http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...-new-post.html

Then follow the instructions in Method 1.
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Old 11-11-2010, 09:32 AM   #530 (permalink)
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The policy$bin method is NOT recommended. That's why I removed it.
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Old 11-24-2010, 03:40 AM   #531 (permalink)
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Hi any help on this would be appreciated please.

I have inherited a Blackberry 8100 Ixxx8217;m pretty sure it has an IT policy on it. If I go in general settings above services it says IT Policy Name BOLD.

I have Desktop manager 6 on XP and can connect via USB however I only have OS 4.2.1.101

I have tried to upgrade my OS but it tells me my Blackberry is currently up to date so I cannot update my OS

How would I remove this policy? Tried all the policy.bin way but my file structure is different to the ones suggested. Ixxx8217;m guessing this was for an older version of the Desktop Manager.

Anyone know how to remove the policy using desktop manager 6 and OS 4.2.1.101

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Update your 8100 to 4.5 by following the instructions in the first post of the thread below:

Latest OS: 8100 4.5.0.313/4.5.0.188 (Multilanguage)

Then remove the policy using method 1 of the instructions in this thread.
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Helo world I have a bberry curve8320 I need help with it I need to remove the IT policy in it please help me I need some good guide to do it thank you
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Read the first post. That is the guide.
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2/17/2011 -- I have been looking for hours on how to accomplish this task and this answer is SPOT ON CORRECT! Thank You! And as far as this being a nightmare for BES Admins...it is not. In order to connect to the BES, a new policy will be pushed and return the device back to corporate standards. With ever changing devices for employees this is a perfect solution for those no longer connected to a BES.

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I have tried the steps you wrote and phone is working properly but BB messenger and WIFI are still blocked by IT policy :( any suggestion ? I even tried n wiped the device and reinstalled OS6 my phone is 9800 torch
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Make sure you're following all the steps in method 1. You must be missing something.
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Hi,
Have a verizon BB and have attempted to remove the IT policy as described. Having a difficult time. Updated at Verizon and downloads from blackberry 4.2.1. Can't find a 4.5 or higher. Is Verizon where i get the OS from? Have used BB desktop manager 6.0 but doesn't display "policy manager" for the root command changes-- have to use an older desktop manager to get it to display.
Which version of the desk top manager should I be using?
Where can I download a 4.5 or higher OS?
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