Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Restart BlackBerry Services in RDC order

We have talk about this in the past several time, as it come up again I wanted to mention one more as I find this very useful when it comes to BES servers and restarting its related services on the BES server. See below table as your reference….

R Blackberry Router Service establishes connections,Manages the connection to the wireless network for the BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Also routes data to handhelds that are connected through the BlackBerry Handheld Manager.
D BlackBerry Dispatcher Establish connection to Exchange, Performs data encryption and compression services for all data that the BlackBerry Enterprise Server sends or receives
C Controller Controls all other services, Monitors key BlackBerry Enterprise Server components and restarts them if they stop responding

*** Rest of the services can be restarted in any order***
  • BlackBerry Alert
  • When configured, sends alerts when events at the specified level occur on the
  • BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
  • BlackBerry attachment
  • Converts attachments into a format that can be viewed on the handheld.
  • BlackBerry Database Consistency Service
  • Synchronizes data between the BlackBerry Manager database and user
  • mailboxes.
  • Blackberry Mobil data service
  • Provides secure access to online content and applications on the corporate
  • intranet or Internet through the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
  • BlackBerry Policy service
  • Supports wireless IT Policy, service books, and third-party application delivery for
  • the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
  • BlackBerry Synchronization service
  • Synchronizes PIM application data wirelessly between the handheld and the mail
  • Server.

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