Configure the Microsoft SQL
Server database for Push Notifications service
Microsoft SQL Serverdatabase for
If theMailservice is installed on separate computers, but uses the same database name, this task needs to be completed only once.
- In theBlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Server Dashboard, underBlackBerry Services Configuration, click
- In theServerfield, verify theMicrosoft SQL Serverhost name and instance. This field is prepopulated with the information you provided during theBEMSinstallation. TheMicrosoft SQL Servermust be in the following format: <SQLServer_hostname>\<instance_name>.If you configured the database for an AlwaysOn Availability Group, set the server to the AlwaysOn Listener FQDN. Do not use the cluster name or host name of the server in the cluster.
- In theDatabasefield, verify the database name. For example,BEMS-Core.If you configured the database for an AlwaysOn Availability Group, set the database to the name of the database added to the AlwaysOn Availability Group.
- In theAuthentication Typedrop-down list, complete one of the following tasks:
- If you selectWindows Authentication, thePush Notificationsservice uses theWindowscredentials to access theMicrosoft SQL Serverdatabase.
- If you selectSQL Server Login, type the username and password used to access theMicrosoft SQL Serverdatabase.
- If your organization uses AlwaysOn support forSQL Server, in theAdditional Propertiesfield, typeMultiSubnetFailover=true.
- Restart theGood Technology Common Servicesservice in theWindowsServices Manager.