02-15-2009 07:59 AM - edited 02-15-2009 08:15 AM
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02-15-2009 08:40 PM
What account were you and are you logged on whilst installing the BPS and trying to activate users??
02-16-2009 12:33 AM
02-16-2009 01:15 AM
If the BlackBerry Enterprise Server service account is a member of the Domain Administrators or Enterprise Administrators groups, the Send As permission will automatically be revoked. Without the Send As permission, the BlackBerry Enterprise Server will not be able to update the BlackBerry smartphone user’s calendar on the Microsoft Exchange Server.
You won't need to uninstall as you actually created a service account. Alot of ppl with this issue just installed the bes under admin without an additional account. Just read through the above post.
02-16-2009 01:21 AM
02-16-2009 01:25 AM
no no no!!
Its not a simple thing!!
It takes time and if u're not a qualified BES tech (which i'm assuming your not as you installed it incorrectly), then I suggest you invest in getting one on site.
There is one more article I will give you, but judging on the speed of the response, you didn't go through any of the article to check the permissions. Do u understand it needs permissions to view and send on behalf of the users??
Here check this one out.. Please go through it s-l-o-w-l-y
If you're in Australia, I'm happy to consult over the phone.
02-16-2009 01:30 AM
Hi. You are very nice to help me! I am sorry, not from Australia, but Europe
I thing, the only problem I made was the memebrship of besadmin in the Domain Admins gourp. Other things are OK. So what would you recomed me, please? To change the all permissions of the besadmin account, create a new besadmin account or to reinstall the server?
02-16-2009 01:35 AM
P.S.During the Installation I followed up these instructions:
Look at the page 4 :
Assign the BesAdmin user account local administrative rights
Once the BesAdmin user account has been created, it will need to be assigned local administrative rights on the
Exchange server that the Blackberry software is to be installed on.
If the Exchange server is also a domain controller, the BesAdmin user will need to be added to the Domain
Administrators group. Return to the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC Snap In you used in the last
step. Open the properties for the BesAdmin user account. Click on the Member Of tab and add the user to the
Domain Admins group.
The guy must be stupid because of he exactlly writes that if the Exchange is a domain controler (mine is) the besadmin must be in tge Domain Admins group!!
02-16-2009 01:43 AM - edited 02-16-2009 01:45 AM
Why would u follow instructions that aren't even from the creators/company?
Please read back through all the articles I have posted for you.
Go through them slowly. print them out. If you need assistance, source a qualified Blackberry Tech.
I gave you the exact resolution for the error you are experiencing and I gave you extra info on checking and assigning permissions..
Sorry If i seem short tempered. Perhaps someone else can assist you further, but they shouldn't need to if you follow the instructions I have given you. I have just spent all day trying to sort out people who installed their BES's incorrectly both in person and on the phone so I am exhausted of trying to explain it.
02-16-2009 06:18 AM
Hi. I checked everything in the documents you described and have folowing problem: The BESadmin account has in the Exchange System Management / Administrative Groups / first administrative group / Servers / Properties in the Security folder of our Exchange server the Send As and Receive As permisson allowed AND denied, it means both! I am not able to uncheck the denied option, because it is grey and inherited from somewhere. Did you ever have problem like this?