BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool fixed issues

When the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4 connects to the BlackBerry Administration Service, it verifies that the FQDN that you configured the tool to use matches the SSL certificate of the BlackBerry Administration Service. You can configure the tool to skip this verification process for specific servers. For more information, visit www.blackberry.com/go/serverdocs to read the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool Administration Guide.

In previous versions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool, when a Runtime exception occurred, the word "occurred" was not spelled correctly in the log message. (DT 5936926)

In the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4, this issue is resolved.

In previous versions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool, if you used the -handheld_info or -hhstats parameters, the command would only output user information until a user without a device was found. (DT 5602299)

In the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4, this issue is resolved.

In previous versions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool, when you searched for a user account by canonical name, the error message "Cannot find user" might have appeared even though multiple results were returned. (DT 2377079)

In the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4, this issue is resolved.

In previous versions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool, you could use the -delete command to delete BlackBerry-enabled user accounts only. (DT 1027315)

In the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4, you can use the -delete command to delete user accounts that are not BlackBerry-enabled (for example, administrator accounts).

In previous versions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool, if you used the -stats or -hhstats parameters to retrieve user statistics, the tool might have taken longer than expected to return results, or the request might have timed out. (DT 1014617)

In the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4, this issue is resolved.

In previous versions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool, if you specified a canonical name for the -u subparameter, the command might have failed with a timeout error. (DT 602249)

In the BlackBerry Enterprise Server User Administration Tool 5.0.4, this issue is resolved.



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