Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

Windows CE Networking - from NDIS to TCP to SOAP to VOIP and everything in between.

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    Layered Service Providers (LSPs) on Windows CE

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    One of the difficulties I have supporting the LSP developer community is the amount of time between me implementing a change, and having LSP developers become aware of it. Often, the time delta is such that I can't incorporate developer feedback till...
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    About Igor...

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    My name is Igor Dvorkin. I've been with Window CE since 2002. I spend my time working on security and networking. Some of my interests on the security side are smartcards, local authentication, cryptography and penetration testing. On the networking side...
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    MSMQ on the PocketPC

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    I was asked last week to say a few words about MSMQ on PocketPC's, and especially MSMQ over HTTP. I'm happy I got the request. I've been struggling to come up with *good* stuff to blog about. Emphasis on good stuff. I'm not quite enough of a loser to...
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    Web Server Tools and Samples on Windows CE

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    I get asked enough about various Web Server based technologies on CE that it's time I try and answer the most common ones here. You can tell it's been a while since I've posted since I'm more verbose than usual. ***********************************...
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    The poor man's wininet

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    Windows CE since CE 2.12 has had Wininet.dll ported from the desktop. It's cool since it's pretty nearly the same as what you get on Windows XP and lets us have stuff like Internet Explorer. It's not cool for headless devices, where it won't run and would...
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    How do I know what components are in my CE image?

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    Since Windows CE is so componentized, it's possible that the CE image that you're using doesn't have the component that you're looking for. This is even more complicated on CE because one DLL may be built from various optional components. An example is...
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    Getting Network Captures on Windows CE

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    A few weeks ago I wrote about the telnet server, which is a very useful utility. Now I'll talk about another handy debugging tool that is shipped in Platform Builder that you may not know about -- netlog. Netlog is a packet sniffer, a la the Netmon...
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    The CE Telnet Server

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    A lot of folks (even in the CE team) don't realize that Windows CE has a telnet server as an optional component. This is not something that we see you putting in shipping devices. It is a very cool tool during your initial development of your platform...
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    A high level overview of Windows CE Web Server authentication.

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    How does the Windows CE Web Server handle authentication? Web server authentication is already documented at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa922781.aspx (CE 6.0). Based on the number of questions on the newsgroups I get about web server...
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    About John...

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    Hi, my name is John Spaith. I hired on to Microsoft in February, 1999 after graduating from Purdue in 1998. The very first thing I wrote was the Web Server for Windows CE. Amazingly enough I'm still on the same team +5 years later and I still own the...
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    Welcome!

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    Welcome to the Windows CE Networking Team WebLog! This blog will cover topics related to both PocketPC based devices and also general embedded devices built using Platform Builder. Its primary audience is developers who are using or considering making...
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