I’ve been having some issues with my clients’ Blackberry handsets this morning and just received the following update from T-Mobile
I am afraid we have currently got an issue with 2g data services which is affecting all BlackBerry. Its currently affecting central and east London.
I dont have any further information at this time but it looks to only be affecting the BB Curves we have and not the Bolds. Looking at a couple of devices they appear to have GPRS back again but I am still waiting on the OK from T-Mobile to confirm everything is working
Looked at an issue a colleague had today where the SendAs permissions for a user were being removed automatically from a their account causing issues with their PA not being able to send email as they had configured it. The problem here was that the user in question was in one of the protected AdminSDHolder groups and Active Directory will reset the Send As permissions for members of these groups on an hourly basis.
As well as the ability for another user to Send-As the user in question this can also have implications if you run Blackberry Enterprise Server as the BES Service Account needs Send-As permissions to forward email from a handset to another recipient.
Microsoft have released a KB article on this (907434) which details the situation further but basically the solution should be to remove the user from the groups and if they need to perform the actions granted by the AdminSDHolder groups then they should be given a second “admin” account to perform these tasks.
The list of groups that are affected by the AdminSDHolder changes are:
- Account Operators
- Server Operators
- Print Operators
- Backup Operators
- Domain Admins
- Schema Admins
- Enterprise Admins
- Cert Publishers