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Notes on Windows device testing

March, 2010

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About the blog

My name is Nazan Kurt. I am a Senior Software Design Engineer in Test in Windows, Devices and Networking group. I have been at Microsoft for over 10 years where I worked on several Windows networking and device technologies. Currently, I am working on Sensors and Location (GPS) for Windows 8. I'll be sharing quick notes on Windows Device testing which I think may be useful to the Windows Device & Driver community.

PS: I no longer work on Mobile Broadband, so my help on MB related questions will be limited.

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    You get a failure in NDISTest log. Now what?

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    1- Make sure you read the ndistest html log very carefully. 2- Check the test source code for the failing test. Test source code can be found at \ControllerName\Tests\x86fre\ NTTest \ nettest \ ndis \ndistest.net \ sdk\src\wwan. Reading the source...
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    Before starting Mobile Broadband Logo testing

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    1- Make sure you download latest QFEs applicable to WLK you are using. QFE packages can be found @ Microsoft Connect download page.You can find the instructions @ http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/winlogo/WLK/WLKQFE.mspx 2- Make sure you check my blogpost...
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    Mobile Broadband Logo tests source code

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    You can find the source code for NDISTest test scripts in your DTM installation at: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Driver Test Manager\Tests\x86fre\nttest\nettest\ndis\ndistest.net\sdk\src\wwan You can also view the source code of a test by right clicking...
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    WLK 1.5 Erratas and known issues for Mobile Broadband Logo Program

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    I tried to list the erratas and known issues in Mobile Broadband Logo tests for WLK 1.5 below and give an example of the failure you'll see in the tests. 1- Errata 1754: https://winqual.microsoft.com/EC/ECDetails.aspx?id=2064 ProviderId must be...
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    'Compatible with Windows' = 'Designed for Windows'

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    Name of the Windows Logo is changed from 'Designed for Windows' to 'Compatible for Windows' for Windows 7.
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    Running NDISTest from command prompt

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    You can find NDISTest in your DTM installation at c:\Program Files\Microsoft Driver Test Manager\Tests\x86fre\nttest\nettest\ndis\ndistest.net. A typical way you can launch and auto execute Ndistest from command line is: ndistest.exe /auto /client...
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    Mobile Broadband Logo test SIM card requirements

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    MSDN lists following SIMs as required for Mobile Broadband Logo testing: · ‘Home’ SIM with data provisioned · ‘Roaming’ SIM with data provisioned · ‘Home’ SIM with no data provisioned · ‘Roaming’ SIM with no data provisioned · ‘Bad’ SIM...
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