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Add a 
BlackBerry 2FA
 server to 
BlackBerry UEM

You must generate and download an activation file to enable communication between the 
BlackBerry 2FA
 server and 
BlackBerry UEM
. You must to store the activation file in the 
BlackBerry 2FA
 installation directory.
If you are using 
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
 and have a proxy server in a DMZ, you must configure the proxy in the activation file before you restart the 
BlackBerry 2FA
 server to activate it. After you restart the server, and the server has been successfully added to 
BlackBerry UEM
, the activation file is removed from the installation directory.
  1. In the 
    BlackBerry UEM
     management console, on the menu bar, click 
    Settings
     > 
    External integration
     > 
    BlackBerry 2FA server
    .
  2. Click  .
  3. Click 
    Generate and download
    . Save the file to 
    <install_dir>
    \bb2fa-config\
    . Only the last activation file that you download is valid.
  4. If you are using 
    BlackBerry UEM Cloud
     and have a proxy in a DMZ, open the activation file and enter the proxy information. If you have a 
    BlackBerry Connectivity Node
     installed, you can match the proxy settings. For example:
    proxy.dmz.type=ROUTER_SOCKS5 proxy.dmz.bcpHosts=my.proxy.host.name proxy.dmz.bcpPort=3102 proxy.dmz.socks.authtype=NoAuth
  5. To restart the 
    BlackBerry 2FA
     service, complete the following task:
    1. In a command prompt window, run 
      services.msc
      .
    2. Right-click 
      BlackBerry 2FA Service
       > 
      Stop
      .
    3. Right-click 
      BlackBerry 2FA Service
       > 
      Start
      .
  6. In the 
    BlackBerry UEM
     management console, click 
    Check status
     to verify the server was successfully activated.
Configure the 
BlackBerry 2FA
 server from the 
UEM
 management console. For more information, see the 
BlackBerry 2FA
 server configuration content
.