Allowing users to activate multiple devices with different activation types
You can create multiple activation passwords for a user and pair the activation passwords with specific activation profiles so that users can activate devices with different activation types.
For example, you might want users to activate work devices with an activation type that allows you to have full control of devices, but activate their personal devices with an activation type that allows user privacy. By pairing one activation password with an activation profile that allows full device control and a second activation password with the user privacy activation profile, users can activate each device with different results. You can create email templates that describe the intended use for each password.
Select the "Device activation with specified activation profile" option when you create a user account or send an activation email message.
At a given time, you can have a maximum of two activation passwords that are paired with specific activation profiles. Each password can be used to activate multiple devices.
For activation passwords that are paired with specific activation profiles, the "Number of devices that a user can activate" setting in the activation profile is not enforced.
If you delete an activation profile that an activation password is paired with, the activation password is automatically expired.
If necessary, you can expire activation passwords for a particular user at any time. For more information, see Manually expire an activation password.
Unlike regular activation passwords, users cannot create activation passwords that are paired with specific activation profiles in
BlackBerry UEM Self-Service.
This option is not supported by
iOSdevices that are enrolled in DEP.