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KB15751 - Move the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to a new Active Directory Domain
 
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Default KB15751 - Move the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to a new Active Directory Domain

KB15751 - Move the BlackBerry Enterprise Server to a new Active Directory Domain


Environment

  • BlackBerry® Enterprise Server
  • IBM® Lotus® Domino®



Overview

Task 1 - Updating Lotus Domino and Windows Server® name information in the BlackBerry Configuration Database
To update the computer names, complete the steps below for the appropriate software version of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
For BlackBerry Enterprise Server software version 4.1.0 and 4.1.1
  1. Open a command prompt, then do one of the following:
    • If using Windows® Trusted Authentication on the local MSDE or local Microsoft® SQL Server®, type osql -E and press ENTER.
    • If using Windows Trusted Authentication on a remote MSDE or remote Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -E -S and press ENTER.
    • If using SQL Authentication on the local MSDE or local Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -U -P and press ENTER.
    • If using SQL Authentication on a remote MSDE or remote Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -U -P -S and press ENTER.
  2. Type the following commands in the specified order: 1> use BESMgmt
    2> go
    1> update ServerConfig set ServiceName = 'CN=/O=' where ID=1
    2> update ServerConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    3> go
    1> update MDSConfig set MDSHost = '.dns.com' where ID=1
    2> update MDSConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    3> go
    1> update IMConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    2> go
For BlackBerry Enterprise Server software version 4.1.2 and higher
  1. Open a command prompt, then do one of the following:
    • If using Windows Trusted Authentication on the local MSDE or local Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -E and press ENTER.
    • If using Windows Trusted Authentication on a remote MSDE or remote Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -E -S and press ENTER.
    • If using SQL Authentication on the local MSDE or local Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -U -P and press ENTER.
    • If using SQL Authentication on a remote MSDE or remote Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -U -P -S and press ENTER.
  2. Type the following commands in the specified order: 1> use BESMgmt
    2> go
    1> update ServerConfig set ServiceName = 'CN=/O=' where ID=1
    2> update ServerConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    3> go
    1> update MDSConfig set MDSHost = '.dns.com' where ID=1
    2> update MDSConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    3> update MDSConfig set ServerName = '_MDS-CS_1' where ID=1
    4> go
    1> update IMConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    2> update IMConfig set ServerName = ' _BBIM_1' where ID=1
    3> go
  3. Type quit and press ENTER.
For BlackBerry Enterprise Server software version 4.0
  1. Open a command prompt, then do one of the following:
    • If using Windows Trusted Authentication on the local MSDE or local Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -E and press ENTER.
    • If using Windows Trusted Authentication on a remote MSDE or remote Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -E -S and press ENTER.
    • If using SQL Authentication on the local MSDE or local Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -U -P and press ENTER.
    • If using SQL Authentication on a remote MSDE or remote Microsoft SQL Server, type osql -U -P -S and press ENTER.
  2. Type the following commands in the specified order: 1> use BESMgmt
    2> go
    1> update ServerConfig set ServiceName = 'CN=/O=' where ID=1
    2> update ServerConfig set MachineName = '' where ID=1
    3> update MDSConfig set MDSHost = '.dns.com' where ID=1
    4> go
Task 2 - Change the account used to start the BlackBerry services.
**This is only required if the account used is an Active Directory account.**
  1. Open Windows services by clicking Start / Run / Services.msc.
  2. Right click the service that uses the Active Directory account.
  3. Update the log on as credentials.
Task 3 - Change the BlackBerry Enterprise Server account on the SQL server.
**If you are running local MSDE this is not required.**
Task 1: Assign appropriate permissions
  1. In the SQL Enterprise Manager, go to Microsoft SQL Servers > SQL Server Group > .
  2. Expand the Microsoft SQL Server selection and expand Security.
  3. Right-click Logins and click New Login.
  4. Type the new name. For Integrated Microsoft Windows Authentication
    1. On the General tab, click the button to the right of the Name field.
    2. Select the new service account name from the Name list.
    3. Click Add.
    4. Click OK.
    For Microsoft SQL Server Authentication
    1. On the General tab, type the name of the Microsoft SQL Server account.
    2. Select the SQL Server Authentication option.
    3. Type the password for the Microsoft SQL Server account.
    4. Click Add.
    5. Click OK.
  5. From the Server Roles tab, select Server Administrators and Database Creators from the Server Role list. Note: If you are running BlackBerry Enterprise Server software version 4.1 or later, adding the System Administrators role allows you to add BlackBerry smartphone users in a role-based administration environment. For instructions, see the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft Exchange: System Administration Guide.
  6. On the Database Access tab, perform the following steps:
    1. Select the check box for the BlackBerry Configuration Database (for example, BESMgmt).
    2. In the Database Roles for list, select the db_owner check box.
  7. Close SQL Enterprise Manager.
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