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Create a server group

Install an additional
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
  1. On the menu bar, click
    Settings > External integration > BlackBerry Connectivity Node setup
    .
  2. Click The Add a server group icon.
  3. Type a name and description for the server group.
  4. In the
    Country
    drop-down list, select the country where one or more instances of the
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
    will be installed. The
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
    instances that are added to the server group will use the selected country's regional connection to the
    BlackBerry Infrastructure
    .
    You cannot change this setting after the server group is created.
  5. By default, the
    BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service
    in each
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
    instance is active. If you want gatekeeping data to be managed only by the
    BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service
    that is installed with the primary
    BlackBerry UEM
    components, select the
    Override BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service settings
    check box to disable each
    BlackBerry Gatekeeping Service
    in the server group.
  6. If you want to use DNS settings for
    BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus
    that are different from the default settings that are configured at
    Settings > Infrastructure > BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus
    , select the
    Override DNS servers
    check box. Perform the following tasks:
    1. In the
      DNS servers
      section, click The Add icon. Type the DNS server address in dot-decimal notation (for example, 192.0.2.0). Click
      Add
      . Repeat as necessary.
    2. In the
      DNS search suffix
      section, click The Add icon. Type the DNS search suffix (for example, domain.com). Click
      Add
      . Repeat as necessary.
  7. If you want to configure logging settings for the
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
    instances in the server group, select the
    Override logging settings
    check box. Perform any of the following tasks:
    • In the
      Server log debug levels
      drop-down list, select the appropriate log level.
    • If you want to route log events to a syslog server, select the
      Syslog
      check box and specify the host name and port of the syslog server.
    • If you want to specify maximum limits for log file size and age, select the
      Enable local file destination
      check box. Specify the size limit (in MB) and the age limit (in days).
  8. If you want to designate the
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
    for only one connection type, select the
    Enable single-service performance mode
    check box. In the drop-down menu, select the connection type (
    BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus only
    ,
    BlackBerry Secure Gateway only
    , or
    BlackBerry Proxy only
    .
  9. If you want to specify the
    BlackBerry Secure Gateway
    settings for the
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
    instance in the server group, select the
    Override BlackBerry Secure Gateway settings
    check box. For
    iOS
    devices running
    iOS
    13.0 or later that use modern authentication to connect to
    Microsoft Exchange Online
    specify the discovery endpoint and mail server resource.
    1. Select the
      Enable OAuth for mail server authentication
      check box.
    2. In the
      Discovery endpoint
      field, specify the URL to use for discovery requests using OAuth for authentication. Enter the discovery endpoint in the format https://<
      identity provider
      >/.well-known/openid-configuration (for example,
      https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/.well-known/openid-configuration
      ) or
      https://login.windows.net/common/.well-known/openid-configuration)
      .
    3. In the
      Mail server resource
      field, specify the URL of the mail server resource to use for authorization and token requests using OAuth. For example,
      https://outlook.office365.com
      .
  10. Click
    Save
    .