Creating a Windows domain user account for installing the BlackBerry MVS

You can create a Windows domain user account (for example, MVSAdmin) that you use to install the BlackBerry Mobile Voice System, or you can use the BESAdmin account. The account that you create can only log in to the BlackBerry MVS Server as a service and has no administrator rights or domain level rights. On each computer where you want to install the BlackBerry MVS software, the Windows domain user account must be a member of the local Administrators group on the BlackBerry MVS Server.

After you finish installing the BlackBerry MVS software, you can change the permissions of the Windows domain user account to prevent it from logging in to the BlackBerry MVS Server.

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