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December, 2012

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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    November 2012 Optional Updates are on ECE for WEPOS and POSReady 2009

    The November 2012 Optional Updates are now available on the ECE site for WEPOS and Windows Embedded POSReady 2009.

    The list below applies to Windows Embedded POSReady 2009:

    • KB2745658 - This update fixes an issue with RDC, where accessing a remote application via Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) would throw an error.  Volume Licensed customers can download this KB from the Download Center.
    • KB2782798 - This update fixes an issue with user login, where user login time is increased significantly after the French language pack is installed.  Volume Licensed customers can download this KB from the Download Center.

    The list below applies to WEPOS 1.1:

    • KB2745658 - This update fixes an issue with RDC, where accessing a remote application via Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) would throw an error.

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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Using Push Button Reset to Enable Your Embedded Scenarios

    Posted By J.T. Kimbell
    Program Manager

    When I first read the blog from Desmond Lee and Steven Sinofsky in early January on the new Push Button Reset features coming in Windows 8, I was pretty excited, and I immediately started trying to think of how Refresh and Reset could be useful.

    So, what’s Push Button Reset? I like to describe it as the awesome next generation of the old “restore your specialized device” functionality previously found in Windows. Instead of just being able to restore your specialized device back to some pre-defined settings, you can actually now completely roll back to a previous state and even save your data easily, if you wish to. It’s also not like your traditional backup and restore experience: All this can be done in less than 20 minutes.

    So, with the help of a great trio of engineers from our Windows Embedded team in Beijing (Shuxiang Wan, Dev, Nan Li, PM, and Song Tian,Test) I was able to pull together this blog article to really show the value of this new Windows 8 feature for Windows Embedded customers.

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