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Enable enterprise features

Enabling enterprise features in your enterprise organization enables the following items:
  • A single enterprise desktop app
    : Set up the desktop client to connect to the enterprise. The desktop client will then search for users across the enterprise and connect to the correct suborganization. If the user is not found, a new user is created in the enterprise.
  • A single enterprise Self Service URL
    : Users in any suborganization can log in using the same Self Service URL for the enterprise organization or suborganization.
  • Mobile registration from an enterprise organization code
    : Users can register from their mobile device using the organization code for the enterprise, or any suborganization.
  • Enforcement of unique usernames and Mapping ID values for all users in an enterprise organization
    : The system checks for uniqueness of usernames and mapping IDs in the enterprise organization and suborganizations when a new user is created through the desktop app, Self Service, .csv import, or the
    BlackBerry AtHoc
    management system.
  1. Click
    Check Readiness
    . The system checks for user uniqueness (no users have the same username or mappingID). If the system finds duplicate users, the Duplicate Users Found window opens and provides a list of duplicate users, their usernames, mappingIDs, and organizations.
  2. Modify any duplicate usernames or mappingIDs to proceed with enabling user uniqueness.
  3. Run the duplicate user check again. If no duplicate users are found, a Check Passed message displays.
  4. Click
    to return to the General Settings page. The Check Readiness button is replaced by an Enable check box.
  5. Select the Enterprise Features
    check box. The User Initiated Move check box appears.
  6. Click