Configuring BlackBerry UEM Cloud for the first time
BlackBerry UEM Cloudfor the first time
The following table summarizes the configuration tasks covered in this guide. The tasks are optional based on your organization's needs. Use this table to determine which configuration tasks you should complete.
After you complete the appropriate tasks, you are ready to set up administrators, set up device controls, create users and groups, and activate devices.
You can install, activate, and configure the
BlackBerry Connectivity Nodeto provide access to your organization's on-premises company directory and to enable secure connectivity features.
You can configure the
BlackBerry Connectivity Nodecomponents to send data through a proxy server in your organization’s environment.
If you want to connect
Active Directory, use
BlackBerry UEMto deploy
Androidapps managed by
Microsoft Intune, or manage
Windows 10apps in
BlackBerry UEM, connect
If you connect
BlackBerry UEMto your company directory, you can enable directory-linked groups to simplify onboarding and managing users.
If you want to manage and send data to
macOSdevices, you must obtain a signed CSR from
BlackBerry, use it to obtain an APNs certificate from
Apple, and register the APNs certificate with the
Android Enterprisedevices, you need to configure your
Google Clouddomain to support third-party mobile device management providers and configure
BlackBerry UEMto communicate with your
Android Managementdevices, you configure
Android Managementin the
Google Cloudconsole and then add an
Android Managementconnection in
If you want to use the
BlackBerry UEMmanagement console to manage
iOSdevices that your organization purchased from
Applefor DEP, you must configure this feature.
If you want to allow users to use
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps, you can set up
BlackBerry UEM Cloudto support the apps.
You can use the management console to migrate users, devices, groups, and other data from a source on-premises