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Old 07-15-2008, 12:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a new 8020 provided by my company with working wifi, then after 2 days I noticed that the wifi feature disappeared not even available through manage connection icon. I called AT&T and they wiped the device and installed the OS and I got my wifi back. A day later same thing happen, wifi gone. I did the wipe myself and got the wifi back.
The question is: can my IT force the wifi to be disabled from their end?
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Wirelessly posted (from the best device ever.)

Yes the BES admin can enforce any policy they want.
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