-add_administrator

Syntax: -add_administrator

You can use the -add_administrator parameter to add an administrator account to a BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

-add_administrator : add administrator user
    -display_name <display name> : display name
    -role <role> : role
    -ad_username <username> : Active Directory username
        -ad_domain <domain> : Active Directory domain
    or
    -bas_username <username> : BlackBerry Administration Service username
        -bas_password <password> : BlackBerry Administration Service password

Subparameter

Description

-display_name <user_display_name>

This subparameter specifies the display name of the administrator account.

-role <administrator_role>

This subparameter specifies the administrative role that you want to assign to the account.

You can view a list of available roles in the BlackBerry Administration Service. You can also display the list if you use the -list -roles command.

-ad_username <AD_user_name>

This subparameter specifies the user name if you want the account to use Microsoft Active Directory authentication.

-ad_domain <AD_domain_name>

This subparameter specifies the domain name if you want the account to use Microsoft Active Directory authentication.

-bas_username <BAS_user_name>

This subparameter specifies the user name if you want the account to use BlackBerry Administration Service authentication.

-bas_password <BAS_password>

This subparameter specifies the password if you want the account to use BlackBerry Administration Service authentication.



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