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What's new in
BlackBerry UEM

Third-party identity provider

  • Unlock
    BlackBerry Dynamics
    apps
    : Users can unlock a
    BlackBerry Dynamics
    app using their third-party identity provider credentials.
  • Activate a
    BlackBerry Dynamics
    app after a device restore
    : Users can activate
    BlackBerry Dynamics
    apps after they restore their device using their third-party identity provider credentials.
  • Forgot
    BlackBerry Dynamics
    app password
    : Users can now retrieve their
    BlackBerry Dynamics
    app password using their third-party identity provider credentials.

iOS
and
macOS

  • iOS
    16
    :
    BlackBerry UEM
    now supports devices running
    iOS
    16.
  • DEP activation
    : After the
    BlackBerry UEM Client
    has been activated on an
    iOS
    device that is enrolled in DEP, during any subsequent activation, if there is no device activation password set for the user, the
    BlackBerry UEM Client
    displays a message that tells the user how to activate their device.
  • Hardened channel
    : You can export a list of devices that are not already using a hardened channel and migrate them so that they use a hardened channel.

Android

  • Android
    13
    :
    BlackBerry UEM
    now supports devices running
    Android
    13.
  • App removal
    : For devices that were activated using the
    Work space only
    (
    Android Enterprise
    ) activation type, when an app is removed from
    Google Play
    or unassigned from a user, the app is removed from the device automatically.

Chrome OS

  • Chrome OS
    : You can now add a connection to your organization’s
    Google
    domain even when you already have a connection set up. This enables you to set up a connection to manage your organization’s
    Chrome
    devices without removing any connections that you have already set.
  • Org unit update
    : In an org unit, you can now use the 24-hour time format in the stat time fields.

IT policies

Device type
Rule name
Description
iOS
Allow mail Privacy Protection
Specify whether mail protection is enabled. If this option is set to false, it disables Mail Privacy Protection on the device. This rule is available in
iOS
15.2 and later. The default setting is True.
iOS
Allow Rapid Security Response Installation
Specify whether rapid security response is enabled.
iOS
Allow Rapid Security Response Removal
Specify whether users can disable rapid security response.