Configure the default settings to apply to specific user accounts

After you select the user accounts that you want to move to the destination MDM domain, you can apply different settings for the destination BlackBerry Enterprise Server, group, IT policy, and software configuration to the user accounts.
  • In the destination MDM domain, create the groups, IT policies, and software configurations that you want to apply to the user accounts.
  • Configure the source domain and the destination domain.
  • Before you select the user accounts that you want to move to the destination MDM domain, in the Step 3: Manifest Configuration section, in the Summary section, click Details. Clear the Use current defaults for all new entries check box.
  • Select the user accounts that you want to move to the destination MDM domain.
  1. In the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter, in the Step 3: Manifest Configuration section, in the Summary section, click Details.
  2. In the Default Destination Assignments section, click the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, group, IT policy, and software configuration that you want to apply to the user accounts.
  3. Perform one of the following actions:
    • To apply the selected default settings to specific user accounts, select the user accounts. Click Apply to selected.
    • To apply the selected default settings to all user accounts that do not have values for the default settings specified, click Apply to blank cells.
    • To specify the default settings for a specific user account, configure the values for the Dest Server, Dest Group, Dest Policy, and Dest SW Config drop-down lists for the user account.
  4. If necessary, repeat steps 2 and 3 to apply different default settings to specific user accounts.
  5. Click Done.
Using the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter, you can apply software configurations and IT policies directly to user accounts. You can also assign user accounts to groups that are associated with existing software configurations and IT policies. The BlackBerry Administration Service uses preconfigured rules that give priority to user-assigned software configurations and IT policies over the software configurations and IT policies that you assign to groups. If you want the group-assigned software configurations and IT policies to take precedence, remove the user-assigned software configurations and IT policies from the user accounts. For more information about reconciliation rules, see the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft Office 365 Administration Guide.


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