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Considerations: Migrating IT policies, profiles, and groups from a source server

A migration from a 
BlackBerry UEM
 source copies the following items to the destination database:
  • Selected IT policies
  • Email profiles
  • Wi-Fi
  • VPN profiles
  • Proxy profiles
  • BlackBerry Dynamics
  • CA certificate profiles
  • Shared certificate profiles
  • SCEP profiles
  • User credential profiles
  • Certification authority settings
  • Any policies and profiles that are associated with the policies and profiles you select

BlackBerry UEM

When you migrate 
BlackBerry UEM
 IT policies, profiles, and groups to another domain, consider the following guidelines:
IT policy passwords
If any of the source IT policies you selected for 
 devices has a minimum password length of less than 4 or more than 16, no 
BlackBerry UEM
 IT policies or profiles can be migrated. Deselect or update the source IT policy and restart the migration.
Profile names
After migration, you must make sure that all SCEP, user credential, shared certificate, or CA certificate profiles have unique names. If two profiles of the same type have the same name, you must edit one of the profile names.
Directory groups
To migrate directory groups, the source database and destination database must each have only one directory configured. This directory must be configured the same way on both the source and destination database. If the directories are not set up this way, directory groups are not migrated.
Nested groups
If the source and destination databases are 
BlackBerry UEM
 databases that have been integrated with 
, you cannot migrate nested user groups. If you try to migrate nested groups, other groups, profiles, and PKI configuration information might not be migrated.
Good Dynamics
You cannot migrate 
BlackBerry Dynamics
 profiles from 
BlackBerry UEM
BlackBerry UEM Cloud