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This article describes how you, as a System Administrator or as a Help Desk specialist for your company, can add, disable, or delete a BlackBerry user, especially in the context of a dedicated deployment of the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite.
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How to add a new BlackBerry userTo add a new BlackBerry user by using the BlackBerry Administration Service (BAS), follow these steps:
How to disable a BlackBerry userThere are times when it may be necessary to disable one or more active BlackBerry users temporarily. For example, if one or more users no longer require access to a device because they are going on leave or if your company’s internal policies or workflow requires that access must be revoked temporarily.
To disable a user account on the BlackBerry Enterprise Server by using the BAS, follow these steps:
How to delete a user account from the BlackBerry Enterprise ServerThere may be times when you need to delete one or more active BlackBerry users. For example, if one or more users no longer require access to a device or if the user is no longer at the organization.
To delete a user account from the BlackBerry Enterprise Server by using the BAS, follow these steps:
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Article ID: 2575139 - Last Review: October 3, 2011 - Revision: 3.0
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