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  • Blog Post: Associating an application with a connection in Connection Manager

    Consider a scenario where a connection exposes some service to be used by a service-specific application, or collection of such applications. For example, consider some set of “Premium Services” that are used by an application allowing user to interact with these services. In Connection Manager (CM)...
  • Blog Post: Connection Request Status Transitions

    Creation of CR initiates the process during which attempts at connecting, or satisfying, that CR will be made, and may result in eventual success or failure in establishing the required connection(s) leading to the requested meta-network. During the connection process, the CR owner will be notified of...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Connection Manager

    Connection Manager (CM) is a networking component available on Microsoft Pocket PC and Windows Mobile (WM) OS. CM provides two key services to applications and the OS, 1. Abstracts network resources to applications. It exposes access to all network resources for applications without applications having...
  • Blog Post: About Adam…

    My name is Adam Dyba. I’ve been working on Windows CE core networking technologies since 2001. Currently, my main focus is on Connection Manager. Some of the technologies that I dealt with in the past include IPv6 core protocol, Mobile IPv6, IP NAT, Firewall, IP Helper API. [Author: Adam Dyba]
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