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Allow users to set activation passwords in 
BlackBerry UEM Self-Service

You can allow users with 
BlackBerry 10
, and 
 devices to create their own activation passwords using 
BlackBerry UEM Self-Service
  1. On the menu bar, click 
    Settings > Self-Service > Self-Service settings
  2. Select 
    Allow users to activate devices in the self-service console
     and complete the following tasks:
    1. Specify the number of minutes, hours, or days that a user can activate a device before the activation password expires.
    2. Specify the minimum number of characters required in an activation password.
    3. In the 
      Minimum password complexity
       drop-down list, select the level of complexity required for activation passwords.
    4. To automatically send an activation email to users when they create an activation password, select the 
      Send activation email
       check box and select an email template from the 
      Activation email template
       drop-down list. 
    5. To send custom activation messages to users, select the 
      Send custom activation messages
       check box. Select a message template for each device type from the appropriate drop-down list.
    6. To send login notification emails to users each time they log in to 
      BlackBerry UEM Self-Service
      , select the 
      Send self-service login notification
       check box. 
  3. Click