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Reply offyoutoddle CrackBerry Master Posts 1,019 Posts Global Posts 1,061 Global Posts 08-18-13,†05:15 PM Thread Author†† #5†† No problem. BlackBerry's new Android flagship BlackBerry DTEK60 review Hardware Talk John Chen confirms one more 'in-house' keyboard device A preview BlackBerry DTEK60 hands-on Go time! Your cache administrator is webmaster. I have no idea what the problem, because on my IIS6 machine, I can still open my site from desktop browser, but not from mobile device browser. http://globalcryptonews.com/unable-to/unable-to-access-intranet-on-blackberry.html

Nothing has changed in that respect. Yes it's all web pages, no game interfaces or anything clever: server 1 - port 80 based hiawatha static web page, its part of the MINEOS minecraft server - error is The first thing I would check is that I can open this websites from the BES server itself through RDP. The ones I use the most are of course the BES10 consoles but it doesn't appear to matter what the site is or which server it's on.

I hope this explains on my situation here. If my playbook is connected to my home wifi, the stock browser allows access to any site, any port. Make sure that you typed the web address correctly, and try again.Error Code: 10006.¬† Back to top ↑ Cause Due to the new automatic browser functionality with BlackBerry 6 and 7,

Unfortunately we don't have an internal CA so anything I try to access internally has an invalid certificate. Reboots don't help, and nothing has changed. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Like I say, it even works fine on the playbook stock browser, its just the BES connected 'work browser' that won't work.

I tried any file (aspx, htm, html), but none of them works. Customer Ratings We have not received enough ratings to display an average for the current version of this application. Thank you for the help, but I'm done with this now. http://www.blackberryforums.com/bes-admin-corner/240549-unable-access-intranet.html Click a BlackBerry MDS Connection Service instance. 3.

PlayBooks of the same type and OS Version where one works but 2 don't. I have tested via bes 10.1.3 and 10.2. But you should not be on port 80 on intranet. If there is anything I can do to tweak this i want to.

You should really invest in one because the likelihood of someone know the answer to this question after a new product just came out on this site is slim to none. All rights reserved. Reply johnnyuk CrackBerry Genius Posts 2,570 Posts Global Posts 2,571 Global Posts 12-12-13,†12:08 AM Thread Author†† #3†† Sorry what's set in the user profile in Active Directory? Its not firewall I'm certain.

By mkotz in forum BB10 Android App Sideloading Replies: 4 Last Post: 12-12-13, 10:54 AM Email setup on bb9800 By yung berry in forum BlackBerry Torch 9800 Replies: 12 Last Post: navigate here What I don't know is I just register the q10 under trial, if I have to buy at least one license or if I can continue to use the 2 free In the BlackBerry Administration Service, on the Servers and components menu, expand BlackBerry Solution topology > BlackBerry Domain > Component view > MDS Connection Service. 2. I can load these sites all without issue on the BES server.

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I will give it a try Reply javacookies 14 Posts Re: Mobile device browser can't access my site. Cheers for the offer! If the browser on the bes host can see it, I still can't work out why the playbook browser can't.

Reply offyoutoddle CrackBerry Master Posts 1,019 Posts Global Posts 1,061 Global Posts 08-18-13,†06:38 PM Thread Author†† #9†† yes the bes host is a windows 2008 r2 server.

Click I Have iTunes to open it now. Its very home brew and not at all corporate, I'm just using the terminology that fits best I think I have not made myself clear - a common fault for me. If this works, we know for sure that it is a network problem. I have activated my playbook on this, but I currently do not have my q10 to try a full bb10 device until next week at the earliest.

Click Save all. On IIS7 : -I can browse perfectly using any computers that connected to my network -I can browse perfectly using 2 my smartphones from their mobile browser On IIS 6 Interestingly internal https still works on my PlayBook activated on the same 10.2 server. http://globalcryptonews.com/unable-to/unable-to-browse-intranet-on-blackberry.html Reply k_a_s_m_i_t_h CrackBerry Abuser Posts 175 Posts PIN 331EEA46 12-12-13,†06:05 AM #6†† I actually have the same problem.

That's why I'm asking here in a great and knowledgeable forum. First off, it seems the network access to webspaces is right - Sith Apprentice, your suspicion about the playbook browser appears confirmed - all sites behave normally in the q10 browser. Also, Do these sites require authentication of any type? Sith_Apprentice Mod Team Emeritus Posts 10,171 Posts Global Posts 10,174 Global Posts PIN Changes way too often 12-12-13,†06:05 AM #7†† Have you checked the logs for anything suspicious yet?

Just so you know, the port 32400 service is a 3rd party app called Plex, a media server with a webfront end. Reply HotFix and johnnyuk like this. Reply zocster Posts 12,336 Posts Global Posts 15,655 Global Posts PIN changes way too often 12-11-13,†11:39 PM #2†† Hmm I thought it's set in user profiles in active directory? See if you can get your hands on a BB10 device and test it out.

Frankly it's often apparent that other BESAdmins know better than BlackBerry's own support people. It said I can't open my website. Remember, all work side traffic goes through the BES and onto the network. As far as I can tell this issue should occur with the original 10.2.0 and 429 updates if the BB10 os with any internal https sites with invalid Cert.