-set_client_auth

Syntax: -set_client_auth

You can use the -set_client_auth parameter to specify the client authentication parameters that you want to store in the configuration file.

-set_client_auth <credentials> : Client authentication credentials to
				be stored.
	-set_p <password> : Password for storing the client authentication
			credentials.
or
-p <password> : Client password for using stored authentication
		credentials.
or
-username <user name> : Authentication user name.
	-password <password> : Authentication password.
or
-sqluser <user name> : Authentication user name.
	-sqlpass <password> : Authentication password.
or
-sso_auth : Use SSO Authentication (default).

Optionally select one of the following:

-bas_auth : Use BAS authentication (default when not using SSO
	Authentication).
or
-mailbox_auth : Use Domino mailbox authentication.
or
-gw_auth : Use Groupwise mailbox authentication.
or
-ad_auth : Use Active Directory authentication.
	-domain <domain name> : Authentication domain.

Subparameter

Description

-ad_auth

This subparameter specifies that the user authenticates with the BlackBerry Administration Service using Microsoft Active Directory authentication.

-bas_auth

This subparameter specifies that the user authenticates with the BlackBerry Administration Service using BlackBerry Administration Service authentication (the default authentication type).

-domain

This subparameter specifies the domain that the command applies to.

Use this subparameter with the -ad_auth subparameter.

-gw_auth

Applies to a Novell GroupWise environment only.

This subparameter specifies that the user authenticates with the BlackBerry Administration Service using Novell GroupWise mailbox authentication.

-mailbox_auth

Applies to an IBM Lotus Domino environment only.

This subparameter specifies that the user authenticates with the BlackBerry Administration Service using mailbox authentication.

-p <password>

Ths subparameter specifies the password that the tool uses to retrieve and use the credentials that are stored in the configuration file.

This password is set with the -set_p subparameter.

-password <password>

-sqlpass <password>

These subparameters are interchangeable, and specify the password of the BlackBerry Administration Service administrator account.

Use this parameter with the -bas_auth, -ad_auth, -mailbox_auth, or -gw_auth parameter and the -username <user_name> parameter (and the -domain <domain> parameter if you use -ad_auth).

-set_p <password>

This subparameter specifies the client password that the tool uses to store authentication credentials in the configuration file.

-username <user_name>

-sqluser <user_name>

This subparameters are interchangeable, and specify the user name of the BlackBerry Administration Service administrator account.

Use this parameter with the -bas_auth, -ad_auth, -mailbox_auth, or -gw_auth parameter and the -password <password> parameter (and the -domain <domain> parameter if you use -ad_auth).

-sso_auth

Use this subparameter instead of the user name and password parameters if you want the tool to log in to the BlackBerry Administration Service using your Windows authentication credentials. If you do not specify authentication credentials when you type a command, by default, the tool tries to log in to the BlackBerry Administration Service using your Windows authentication credentials, even if you do not specify the -sso_auth parameter.



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