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Connect
BlackBerry UEM
to your organization’s
Entrust
software

To allow
BlackBerry UEM
to send certificates issued by your organization's
Entrust
software (for example,
Entrust IdentityGuard
or
Entrust Authority Administration Services
) to devices and
BlackBerry Dynamics
apps, you can add a connection to your organization's
Entrust
software to
UEM
.
Contact your organization’s
Entrust
administrator to obtain:
  • the URL of the
    Entrust
    MDM Web Service.
  • the login information for an
    Entrust
    administrator account that you can use to connect
    UEM
    to the
    Entrust
    software.
  • the
    Entrust
    CA certificate that contains the public key (.der, .pem, or .cert);
    UEM
    uses this certificate to establish SSL connections to the
    Entrust
    server.
  1. In the management console, on the menu bar, click
    Settings > External integration > Certificate authority
    .
  2. Click
    Add an Entrust connection
    .
  3. In the
    Connection name
    field, type a name for the connection.
  4. In the
    URL
    field, type the URL of the
    Entrust
    MDM Web Service.
  5. In the
    Username
    field, type the username of the
    Entrust
    administrator account.
  6. In the
    Password
    field, type the password of the
    Entrust
    administrator account.
  7. To upload a CA certificate to allow
    UEM
    to establish SSL connections to the
    Entrust
    server, click
    Browse
    . Navigate to and select the CA certificate.
  8. To test the connection, click
    Test connection
    .
  9. Click
    Save
    .