- What is BlackBerry Gateway?
- Architecture: BlackBerry Gateway
- Sign in to BlackBerry Gateway
- Setting up BlackBerry Gateway
- Setting up the BlackBerry Gateway Connector
- Linking to your company directory
- Configure BlackBerry Gateway to synchronize with Azure Active Directory
- Installing the BlackBerry Connectivity Node
- Connect to a Microsoft Active Directory
- Copy directory connection configurations
- Configure BlackBerry Connectivity Node logging
- Configure onboarding and offboarding
- Configure directory synchronization schedules
- Synchronize with your company directory
- Defining your private network
- Using source IP pinning
- Define network services
- Managing users and groups
- Controlling network access
- Configuring threat detection and response settings
- Monitoring BlackBerry Gateway
- Using BlackBerry Gateway on a device
- Legal notice
Add a directory group
If you have linked
BlackBerry Gatewayto one or more company directories and enabled onboarding, directory groups can be automatically added to
GatewayYou can also add a directory group if it has not been added through onboarding.
- On the menu bar, clickGateway > Groups.
- ClickAdd Group > Directory group.
- Start typing the name of a group
- Select the group name when it appears in the search results.
- If you want the group and any nested groups to be enabled for onboarding, selectNested directory groups
- To assign a policy to the group, click and select the type of policy that you want to add.
- Select the policy and clickSave.