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Testing the wireless activation process

The wireless activation process activates BlackBerry® devices that are associated with a BlackBerry® Enterprise Server over the wireless network. Neither you nor the BlackBerry device users are required to connect the BlackBerry devices to a computer in your organization's network to complete the activation process.

The BlackBerry® Infrastructure and Smartphone Simulator uses the wireless activation process to activate any user account that you add to an active BlackBerry Enterprise Server after you run the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool.

To test the activation process, add one or more user accounts to the active BlackBerry Enterprise Server instance that has the highest ServerConfigID value. The BlackBerry Enterprise Server must be configured to use the wireless activation process.

The BlackBerry Infrastructure and Smartphone Simulator requires a contiguous string of PIN values. The simulator attempts to fill any gaps created by the removal of user accounts and then adds new PIN values to the active BlackBerry Enterprise Server with the highest ServerConfigID. If the BlackBerry Infrastructure and Smartphone Simulator cannot fill in the gaps, it displays a request that you use the BlackBerry Load Test Configuration Tool to add the users.


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