When the Require Work Resources For Conducting Work Activities and Enable Separation of Work Content IT policy rules are both set to Yes, and a BlackBerry® device user tries to open Windows Live™ Messenger, the user receives an error message. (DT 1013388)
When the Require Work Resources For Conducting Work Activities IT policy rule is set to No and a user configures a personal email account to Auto BCC a work email account, when the user creates an email message using the personal email account, the BlackBerry device uses a work email service record to send the email to the work email account. (DT 960873)
If a user receives a work email message with an attachment, the user is not prevented from forwarding the attachment using a personal email account over a Bluetooth® connection. (DT 893098)
Workaround: You can set the Disable Bluetooth IT policy rule to Yes to turn off support for Bluetooth technology on a device.
Personal applications can still view the file names and the file properties for work files. (DT 880246)
The Screenshot API allows third-party applications to take screen shots of the data on the device when it displays work data. (DT 879346)
Workaround: You can set the Allow Screen Shot Capture IT policy rule to No to prevent the device from allowing applications, including third-party applications, to take screen shots.