Create BBM Enterprise profiles
Set up one or more
BBM Enterpriseprofiles to control the way
BBM Enterpriseis configured for users or groups of users. For more information on using profiles in
BlackBerry UEM, see “Profiles” in the BlackBerry UEM Administration content or “Profiles” in the BlackBerry UEM Cloud Administration content.
- On the menu bar,clickPolicies and profiles>BBM Enterprise.
- ClickAdd a profile.
- Type a name and description for the profile.
- Select one or more license types and then select any of the following policies to enable for each license type in this profile.
- License typePolicyDescriptionBBM EnterpriseEnable Cloud Directory SearchAllow a user to search for their coworkers who useBBM, and allow a user to start a protected chat with a coworker who isn't aBBMcontact. This setting is enabled by default.Exclude from SearchExclude a user from searches by other users in the organization.Exclude from External SearchExclude a user from searches by users from otherBBM Enterpriseorganizations. This setting is enabled by default.Enable Manual PassphrasePrompt a user to manually share a passphrase with a contact to start a protected chat.By default, this feature is turned off, and users in your organization aren't prompted to share a passphrase to start a protected chat.Disable Retract and Edit MessagePrevent a user from retracting messages or chats they didn't mean to send, or to edit messages they already sent.Disable Timed MessagePrevent users from sending messages that can be viewed for a specified amount of time.Disable Message CopyPrevent a user from copying text in a chat.Disable Voice CallingPrevent a user from starting a voice chat.Disable Video CallingPrevent a user from starting a video chat.Disable Screen SharingPrevent a user from sharing their desktop and any desktop applications.Disable File SharingPrevent a user from sharing content within chats, including pictures, videos, contact cards, files, and voice notes.Disable Location SharingPrevent a user from sharing a static location or sending aGlympsemessage.Restrict External CommunicationPrevent a user from usingBBM Enterpriseto communicate with contacts that are not in the same organization.Enable Message ExpirySpecify, in minutes, the length of time that messages appear on a user's device. After the time elapses, all sent and received messages are deleted from the user's device, including messages with contacts that aren't in your organization.Message Synchronization WindowSpecify, in days, the length of time that messages can be synchronized when adding a new device or switching to a new device. The default is 7 days. The minimum value is 3 days and the maximum value is 90 days.Disable Upload of HD-Quality PicturesPrevent a user from sharing HD-quality pictures in chats. Picture quality will be reduced.Disable Software Upgrade PromptPrevent software upgrade prompts from being displayed.Require passcode to unlockBBM EnterpriseIndicates that a user is required to set an application lock forBBM EnterpriseoniOSandAndroiddevices.Allow biometric authenticationIndicates that an application lock based on biometric authentication, such as fingerprint or face recognition, is allowed. Note that the target device must support biometric authentication before you can use this feature..Require passcode after app is closed for a specified periodSpecify the maximum period of time before application lock will take effect. The user will be able to specify a shorter period of time, if desired. An immediate lock requires the user to unlock the app every time it is opened.BBM Enterprise Voice and VideoBBM Enterprise ArchivingThese policies can be edited only by aBlackBerry UEMSecurity administrator.Upload FrequencySpecify, in minutes, the length of time between uploads. The range is 240 to 1440 minutes (4 to 24 hours).Max File Size Before UploadSet the maximum file size for uploads, in KB. The range is 10 KB to 1000 KB.Archiving encryption settingsSet an encryption key and a user-friendly key name. The encryption key is used to encrypt the content of the archived payload. The friendly name helps administrators to manage the key and to identify the log files.