BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter

You can use the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter to move user accounts from one MDM domain to a different MDM domain. An MDM domain consists of a BlackBerry Configuration Database and any BlackBerry Enterprise Server components that are associated with it.

You can use the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter when your organization upgrades the BlackBerry Enterprise Server and you want to move users to a new MDM domain, or if you need to move user accounts between existing MDM domains. For example, if you want to upgrade your organization's BlackBerry Enterprise Server from version 5.0.1 to version 5.0.4, you can create a new MDM domain version 5.0.4 and use the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter to move user accounts to the new BlackBerry Configuration Database. You can also move user accounts from a production domain to a test domain and back.

When you run the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter, users do not need to delete BlackBerry device data or reactivate their devices. After the migration process completes, the destination BlackBerry Enterprise Server resends the service book to devices over the wireless network, device activation starts, and the synchronization of organizer data and calendar information starts.

Note that the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter does not move server settings to the destination BlackBerry Enterprise Server (for example, the software configurations or IT policies that are assigned to user accounts). Prior to using the tool, evaluate the available migration options. For more information on the available migration options, visit www.blackberry.com/go/serverdocs to read the BlackBerry Enterprise Server Upgrade Guide.



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