Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

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August, 2005

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    Bluetooth Virtual COM Ports

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    The Windows CE Bluetooth stack has the capability to expose a COM port interface to applications. This allows legacy applications that communicate over serial ports to use the Bluetooth Serial Port Profile. Common applications of this include GPS and...
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    Windows CE ASP Pages and System Access

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    I've been asked many times on the newsgroups how to access files from an ASP page running on Windows CE. Or how to create a process, or get at the registry, or any other of a bunch of system level actions. The answer to these questions is that you can...
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    Extending the Bluetooth Hands Free Profile

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    Windows CE supports the Bluetooth Hands Free Profile Audio Gateway (AG). This profile allows you to use a Bluetooth headset or car kit as a hands free (HF) device. This feature is supported on Windows CE 5.0 and Windows Mobile 5.0 (and WM2003 SE). You...
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    About Greg...

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    Hi, my name is Greg Scott. I have been working as a developer on the Windows CE Networking team since June, 2002. I work on various wireless networking technologies but my primary focus is Bluetooth these days. In the past I've also worked on Wi-Fi, residential...
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    How to skip the Device Name portion of the RemoteAdmin Wizard

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    RemoteAdmin (SYSGEN_REMOTEADMIN=1) is a powerful sample for configuring a device via the web server. It was intended to be modified and shipped to customers. You can change the interface significantly without having to edit or recompile code. By default...
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