Perform a quick search for user accounts

You can use the -find_users parameter to perform a quick search for user accounts in a BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 domain. The -find_users parameter is optimized to display a large number of search results, and might have less performance impact than using the -find parameter.

  1. To open the command window for the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 User Administration Tool, on the computer that hosts the tool, on the taskbar, click Start > All Programs > BlackBerry Resource Kit for BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 > BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 User Administration Tool.
  2. Type besuseradminclient <credentials> -find_users.
  3. Perform any of the following actions:

    Search for

    Action

    User accounts by display name

    Type -display_name <display_name> .

    User accounts by login name

    Type -login_name <login_name> .

    User accounts by email address

    Type -email_address <email_address> .

    User accounts by group name

    Type -group_name <group_name> .

    User accounts by BlackBerry Device Service instance

    Type -dispatcher <server_name> .

    User accounts by default activation type (how the user's device was initially activated)

    Type -default_activation_type <type> , where <type> is blackberry_balance (personal space and work space are available), or work_space_only (only the work space is available).

    User accounts by current device activation state

    Type -device_activation_state <state> , where <state> is blackberry_balance (personal space and work space are available), or work_space_only (only the work space is available).

    User accounts by wireless service plan tier

    Type -wireless_service_plan_tier <tier> , where <tier> is enterprise, personal, or unknown.

    Devices that are not in compliance with the BlackBerry Device Service

    Type -device_out_of_compliance.

    Devices that are in compliance with the BlackBerry Device Service

    Type -device_in_compliance.

  4. To specify a maximum limit for the number of results, type -max_results <max_number> .
  5. If you want to display more detailed results, type -extended.

Example: Performing a quick search for user accounts by display name

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -display_name "Julie Palmer"

Example: Performing a quick search for user accounts by login name

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -login_name JPalmer

Example: Performing a quick search for user accounts by activation type

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -default_activation_type work_space_only

Example: Performing a quick search for user accounts by wireless service plan tier

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -wireless_service_plan_tier personal

Example: Performing a quick search for devices that are not in compliance with the BlackBerry Device Service

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -device_out_of_compliance

Example: Performing a quick search for user accounts by email address, displaying a maximum of 10 results

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -email_address jpalmer@test.net -max_results 10

Example: Performing a quick search for user accounts by group name, displaying detailed results

besuseradminclient -username admin -password password -find_users -group_name Administrators -extended



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