Bootstrapping a Device
Bootstrapping is initially configuring a device so that it can be continuously provisioned by a privileged agent. For more information about bootstrapping, see Understanding Bootstrapping.
- Bootstrapping To Use An OMA DM Server
Discusses how to configure a device to recognize an OMA DM server as a Trusted Provisioning Server for continuous provisioning
- Bootstrapping To Use an OMA Client Provisioning Server
Discusses how to initially configure a device for OMA Client Provisioning continuous provisioning.
- Bootstrapping To Use a CPF File
Discusses how to initially configure a device to be continuously provisioned by allowing a user to pull a CAB Provisioning Format (.cpf) file to the device rather than using a OMA Client Provisioning or OMA DM server to push the provisioning files.
- Bootstrapping To Return the Device Hardware ID
Describes how the OMA DM server can now be bootstrapped to return the device hardware ID, which is the IMEI for a GSM device or the ESN for a CDMA device.
- Enabling OTA Bootstrapping
Discusses how to enable OTA bootstrapping which is disabled by default.
- Enabling Remote API (RAPI) Bootstrapping
Discusses how to enable RAPI, which is restricted by default, for bootstrapping via a desktop computer and ActiveSync.