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Deploying applications via BES immediately (or at least a bit faster)

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Posted 07-08-2009 at 06:28 PM by hdawg

If you've got BES 4.1 SP4 or newer, you can simply use the Deploy Applications functionality within the Management Console. This will immediately queue up a deployment of a software configuration and within about 15 seconds the deployment process will commence.

If you're not lucky enough to have BES 4.1 SP4 or newer then you're out of luck ... almost.

There is no Deploy Applications functionality so you need to wait for the Application Provisioning Polling Interval to hit for the application to deploy. By default, this is 240 minutes (4 hours) ... fear not, it can be changed.

Fire up regedit and do the following:
  1. Browse to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\BlackBerry IT Admin Server
  2. Add / Edit the DWORD value AppProvisioningPollInterval, setting it to the desired value in minutes that you want to wait for a polling to occur. (By default 240 minutes)
  3. Restart the BlackBerry Policy Service

Note: RIM recommends no less than 120 minutes for production systems. Lower values are acceptable for testing of course; I like 5 minutes for testing ... oh, and don't forget to remove this key and restart the BlackBerry Policy Service after you've finished your testing.
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    Posted 07-08-2009 at 07:04 PM by dmead dmead is offline
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    Have you found a way to manually push in 5.0? I have set the interval to 2 minutes but wondering if there is a comparable "deploy now" feature in 5.0.
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    Originally Posted by mahoward View Comment
    Have you found a way to manually push in 5.0? I have set the interval to 2 minutes but wondering if there is a comparable "deploy now" feature in 5.0.
    ... still looking for a way
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    Posted 07-09-2009 at 10:51 AM by hdawg hdawg is offline
 

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