Considerations: Migrating IT policies, profiles, and groups from a source server
A migration from a
BlackBerry UEMsource copies the following items to the destination database:
- Selected IT policies
- Email profiles
- VPN profiles
- Proxy profiles
- BlackBerry Dynamicsprofiles
- CA certificate profiles
- Shared certificate profiles
- Certificate retrieval
- User credential profiles
- SCEP profiles
- CRL profiles
- Certification authority settings (Entrust and PKI only)
- Any policies and profiles that are associated with the policies and profiles you select
- For migration from on-premisesBlackBerry UEMversion 12.12.1 and later to on-premisesBlackBerry UEMversion 12.12.1 and later only: App configuration settings,BlackBerry Dynamicsconnectivity profiles, and client certificates (app usage).
For groups from
BlackBerry UEM, user, role, and software configuration assignments are not migrated.
A migration from a
Good Control(standalone) source copies the following items to the destination database:
- Policy sets
- Connectivity profiles
- App groups
- App usage (for certificates)
When you migrate
BlackBerry UEMIT policies, profiles, and groups to another domain, consider the following guidelines:
IT policy passwords
If any of the source IT policies you selected for
Androiddevices has a minimum password length of less than 4 or more than 16, no
BlackBerry UEMIT policies or profiles can be migrated. Deselect or update the source IT policy and restart the migration.
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.
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.
Apps activated with BlackBerry
When you migrate security policy sets, connectivity profiles, app groups, and certificates to
BlackBerry UEM, consider the following guidelines:
Policy sets (
After migration, each
Good Controlpolicy set appears as the following items in
BlackBerry Dynamicsconnectivity profiles are migrated, the values from the App servers tab are not migrated. The values are populated using the default values from the destination
BlackBerry Dynamicsconnectivity profiles are migrated, some of the values from the Infrastructure tab are not migrated. The administrator must manually edit each migrated profile and set the values for the Primary
BlackBerry Proxycluster and the Secondary
App groups (
The Everyone group is migrated but has no users assigned to it and is not related to the All Users group on the destination
BlackBerry UEMserver. The administrator must manually assign it to users if needed.
If an app entitlement from the source server doesn't exist in the destination server, that app assignment is not migrated. The app group is migrated.
Certificate usage (
App usage (
App usage is migrated, except for: