- What is BlackBerry Access?
- Getting started with BlackBerry Access
- Managing BlackBerry Access
- Making BlackBerry Access available to users
- Configuring BlackBerry Access app settings
- Configuring the BlackBerry Dynamics Launcher
- Whitelist the BlackBerry UEM App Catalog in the BlackBerry Dynamics Connectivity profile
- Configure single sign-on for BlackBerry Access in Good Control
- Configure single sign-on for BlackBerry Access in BlackBerry UEM
- Setting up a PAC file to manage a proxy infrastructure
- Configure RSA SecurID soft token authentication
- Kerberos authentication support
- Managing certificates
- Verify that BlackBerry Access can use certificates in BlackBerry UEM
- Verify that BlackBerry Access can use certificates in Good Control
- Upload certificates for users in BlackBerry UEM
- Upload certificates for users in Good Control
- Delete certificates for users in BlackBerry UEM
- Delete certificates for users in Good Control
- Security features
- Video support
- Configuring allowed Internet domains
- Changing communications protocols
- Configure access to WebRTC-based destinations
- Allow users to open custom URL schemes
- Allow users to securely edit files within an app in BlackBerry Access on Windows or macOS
- Identifying BlackBerry Access in user agent
- Good Control cloud deployments and intranet servers
- Using BlackBerry Analytics to collect app data
- Configure a compliance rule for Windows antivirus detection in Good Control
- Configure support for FQDN resolution in Good Control
- Feature support
- Browser support for HTML5 and CSS3
Changing communications protocols
Good Control, you can allow certain secure communications protocols, such as TLSv1.0 or TLSv2, for communication with client devices.
You should be careful when you disable protocols. Check with your organization's IT staff to find out which protocols can be safely disabled. Otherwise, you might disable a protocol that's used on your network, and this can disrupt the secure handshake that's required between
Good Controland users' devices, and users may receive a “Page Not Found” message.
BlackBerry Access for iOShas its own application policy that controls which communications protocol to use.
For more information, see one of the following, depending on your environment:
- If you are usingBlackBerry UEM, see ConfiguringBlackBerry UEMto make TLS/SSL connections toExchange ActiveSyncin theBlackBerry UEMConfiguration content.
- If you are usingGood Control, see theGood ControlHelp content.