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Manage 
BlackBerry Proxy
 clusters

When you install the first instance of 
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
BlackBerry UEM
 creates a 
BlackBerry Proxy
 cluster named “First”. If only one cluster exists, additional instances of 
BlackBerry Proxy
 are added to the cluster by default. You can create additional clusters and move 
BlackBerry Proxy
 instances between any of the available clusters. When more than one 
BlackBerry Proxy
 cluster is available, new instances are not added to a cluster by default; the new 
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
 instances
 are considered to be unassigned and must be added to one of the available clusters manually.
  1. In the management console, on the menu bar, click 
    Settings > BlackBerry Dynamics
    .
  2. Click 
    Clusters
    .
  3. Perform any of the following tasks:
    Task
    Steps
    Create a new 
    BlackBerry Proxy
     cluster.
    1. Click  The add icon .
    2. Type a name for the cluster.
    3. Click 
      Save
      .
    Rename a 
    BlackBerry Proxy
     cluster.
    1. Click a cluster name.
    2. Change the cluster name. Each cluster must have a unique name.
    3. Click 
      Save
      .
    Move a 
    BlackBerry Proxy
     instance to a different 
    BlackBerry Proxy
     cluster.
    1. In the 
      Servers
       column, click the name of a 
      BlackBerry Proxy
       instance.
    2. In the 
      BlackBerry Proxy
       cluster
       drop-down list, select the cluster that you want to add the instance to.
    3. Click 
      Save
      .
    Delete an empty 
    BlackBerry Proxy
     cluster.
    1. Click  The remove icon  for that cluster.
    2. Click 
      Remove
      .
    Set app proxy settings for a cluster
    1. Click 
      Settings > BlackBerry Dynamics > Clusters
    2. Click the cluster name.
    3. Click 
      Override global settings
    Download PAC file updates for all clusters
    • Click 
      Refresh PAC cache
    Specify a trusted root certificate to download PAC files from the server
    1. Verify that you have the certificate in X.509 format (*.cer, *.der) stored in a network location that you can access from the management console.
    2.  On the menu bar, click 
      Settings > External Integration > Trusted certificates
      .
    3.  Click  The add icon  beside 
      PAC server trusts
      .
    4.  Click 
      Browse
      .
    5.  Select the certificate file that you want to use.
    6. Click 
      Open
      .
    7. Type a description for the certificate.
    8. Click 
      Add
      .