Connecting BlackBerry UEM to Microsoft Entra ID Skip Navigation

Connecting
BlackBerry UEM
to
Microsoft Entra ID

Microsoft Entra ID
is the
Microsoft
cloud computing service for deploying and managing apps and services. You must connect
BlackBerry UEM
to
Entra
if you want to use
BlackBerry UEM
to deploy
iOS
and
Android
apps managed by
Microsoft Intune
.
In a
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
environment, if your organization uses
Microsoft Active Directory
instead of
Entra
Active Directory
, to connect with
Entra
you must install the most recent version of the
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
to allow
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
to access your company directory. For instructions, see the
BlackBerry UEM
Configuration content
.
You must use the
Microsoft Entra ID
account with appropriate permissions to complete these tasks. For more information about account permissions, visit https://support.blackberry.com/community to read article 50341.
BlackBerry UEM
supports configuring only one
Entra
tenant. To connect
BlackBerry UEM
to
Entra
, you perform the following actions:
Step
Action
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If you use
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
and your organization uses
Entra
Active Directory
, configure
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
to synchronize with
Entra
Active Directory
.
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If your organization uses an on-premises
Microsoft Active Directory
and you want to use
BlackBerry UEM
to deploy apps managed by
Microsoft Intune
apps, Synchronize Microsoft Active Directory with Microsoft Entra ID.
Step 4
Create an enterprise endpoint in Entra to allow the on-premises
BlackBerry UEM
or
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
to connect to
Microsoft Intune
.
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