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KB18692 - How to migrate users to BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 using BlackBerry Enterprise transporter


Environment

  • BlackBerry® Enterprise Server version 5.0



Overview

Preform the following steps to use the BlackBerry® Enterprise Transporter to move one or more user accounts from one BlackBerry Domain to a different BlackBerry Domain:
Task 1: User Manifest
  1. Click New and create a new manifest.
Task 2: Manifest Configuration

  1. Configure Source Database window with the following information:
  1. From the Label drop-down list, click .
  2. Specify a new label name.
  3. In the SQL Server field, specify the Microsoft® SQL Server® name from the source database.
  4. In the Authentication drop-down list, choose the authentication mode.
  5. In the Database field, specify the BlackBerry Configuration Database name.
  6. Click Test Connection to test the connection.


  1. Configure the Configure Destination Database window with the following information:
  1. From the Label drop-down list, click LocalSqlServer.
  2. In the SQL Server field, specify the Microsoft SQL Server name.
  3. In the Authentication drop-down list, choose the authentication mode.
  4. In the Database field, specify the BlackBerry Configuration Database name.

Task 3: Manifest configuration
  1. Click Detail.
  2. Select the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server from the destination default setting.
  3. Select the old BlackBerry Enterprise Server name and click Find user.
  4. Select the user and click Done.
Task 4: Select preview
  1. Specify the user name, password and domain name to log into the BlackBerry Administration Service.
Task 5: Migration
  1. Click Migrate to complete the migration.



Additional Information

For more information regarding the BlackBerry Enterprise Transporter, review the BlackBerry Resource Kit administration guide.
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