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Anonymous
December 28, 2004 4:00:02 PM

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Does anyone make any software to do the following: connect your PocketPC to
your desktop, and have a window on your desktop which shows you exactly what
the PocketPC is doing. Then you can use your desktop's keyboard and mouse to
work in that window as if you were using the PocketPC device directly? Kind
of a reverse virtual network client app (the PocketPC would run the server
end). I'd like to sometimes have the convinience of using my PocketPC from
the larger screen and keyboard/mouse of my desktop. I know I can see the
file system of the PocketPC with the ActiveSync app, but I want to not just
see the files, but to be using it (and its software) directly in a window on
my Desktop. Is this possible and if so, what software would you recommend?
Thanks!

Mike Levin
Anonymous
December 28, 2004 9:05:49 PM

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"Levin, Michael" <mlevin@forsyth.org> wrote in message
news:BDF70952.17C7%mlevin@forsyth.org...
> Does anyone make any software to do the following: connect your PocketPC
to
> your desktop, and have a window on your desktop which shows you exactly
what
> the PocketPC is doing. Then you can use your desktop's keyboard and mouse
to
> work in that window as if you were using the PocketPC device directly?
Kind
> of a reverse virtual network client app (the PocketPC would run the server
> end). I'd like to sometimes have the convinience of using my PocketPC from
> the larger screen and keyboard/mouse of my desktop. I know I can see the
> file system of the PocketPC with the ActiveSync app, but I want to not
just
> see the files, but to be using it (and its software) directly in a window
on
> my Desktop. Is this possible and if so, what software would you recommend?
> Thanks!
>
> Mike Levin
>

Remote Display Control for windows ce from Microsoft. Free off charge
downloadable.
Anonymous
December 29, 2004 12:43:56 AM

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U¿ytkownik Levin, Michael napisa³:
> Does anyone make any software to do the following: connect your PocketPC to
> your desktop, and have a window on your desktop which shows you exactly what
> the PocketPC is doing.
(...)
Remote Display Control is IMHO the best solution.
There's also an option of installing VNC Server at Your PocketPC, but
I've never tried to install it.

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Anonymous
December 29, 2004 12:43:57 AM

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It seems slow via activesync. Is there any speed increase if I used network
instead?


"Julek Gêdek" <julek@ztmnewskropkakernel.pl> wrote in message
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> U¿ytkownik Levin, Michael napisa³:
>> Does anyone make any software to do the following: connect your PocketPC
>> to
>> your desktop, and have a window on your desktop which shows you exactly
>> what
>> the PocketPC is doing.
> (...)
> Remote Display Control is IMHO the best solution.
> There's also an option of installing VNC Server at Your PocketPC, but I've
> never tried to install it.
>
> --
> _____ julek@samochodykropkaorg .'===-,---,---,---,--,,,,---,---,---',
> ,-;--|--'--, <- VW Polo Classic'00 |_|___|___|___|___|__||||___|___|___||
> "(o)-'-(o)-'(srebrne, nieoklejone) [pzdr_ Julek ___ |||| Gêdek ___ |
> GG: 408 857 phone:( +48)695 420 403 =--'(o)'-------'(o)'-''''------'(o)'-=
>
Anonymous
December 29, 2004 5:35:58 AM

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On 28 Dec 2004, "Justin Emlay" <JEmlay@NoSpam.com> pondered an
unfair universe and came up with
news:#hDgFrT7EHA.2876@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl:

> It seems slow via activesync. Is there any speed increase if I
> used network instead?

Yes. I use it through my WiFi network.


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StephG
Anonymous
December 29, 2004 11:34:05 AM

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Can't find it, have a link?

"StoVoKar" <StoVoKor_VERWIJDER_@pandora.be> wrote in message
news:1ghAd.12575$fl4.964700@phobos.telenet-ops.be...
> "Levin, Michael" <mlevin@forsyth.org> wrote in message
> news:BDF70952.17C7%mlevin@forsyth.org...
> > Does anyone make any software to do the following: connect your PocketPC
> to
> > your desktop, and have a window on your desktop which shows you exactly
> what
> > the PocketPC is doing. Then you can use your desktop's keyboard and
mouse
> to
> > work in that window as if you were using the PocketPC device directly?
> Kind
> > of a reverse virtual network client app (the PocketPC would run the
server
> > end). I'd like to sometimes have the convinience of using my PocketPC
from
> > the larger screen and keyboard/mouse of my desktop. I know I can see the
> > file system of the PocketPC with the ActiveSync app, but I want to not
> just
> > see the files, but to be using it (and its software) directly in a
window
> on
> > my Desktop. Is this possible and if so, what software would you
recommend?
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Mike Levin
> >
>
> Remote Display Control for windows ce from Microsoft. Free off charge
> downloadable.
>
>
Anonymous
December 30, 2004 10:06:11 PM

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Reply to message from "D-a-n_L" <djlajoie@hotmail.com> (Wed, 29 Dec 2004
12:34:05) about "Re: Any software to use PocketPC in a window on your PC
(reverse VNC)?":


D> Can't find it, have a link?

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/wce/downlo...

JPinOH
Jon Porter <jporter@netwalk.com> Wed, 29 Dec 2004 21:14:18 -0400

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Anonymous
December 31, 2004 12:00:02 AM

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In article <1ghAd.12575$fl4.964700@phobos.telenet-ops.be>,
StoVoKor_VERWIJDER_@pandora.be says...

> Remote Display Control for windows ce from Microsoft. Free off charge
> downloadable.


I have found version 2.03 which is quite old, but after some struggling
with it I managed to connect my Ipaq hx4700 to my desktop pc. I have
found that this program makes a mess of the screen, I suppose it does
not support correctly the VGA-sized screen of the 4700, thus
representing it in QVGA size with an anti-aliasing that makes little
characters from VGA-enabled applications totally unreadable.

Can anyone suggest some better solution? I'd really love to use
something like this.

Thanks

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Anonymous
December 31, 2004 3:17:56 PM

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There is a way to make it look superb :)  you will find the answer here:

http://www.ipaqhq.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-11911....

Later days - Dave

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In article <1ghAd.12575$fl4.964700@phobos.telenet-ops.be>,
StoVoKor_VERWIJDER_@pandora.be says...

> Remote Display Control for windows ce from Microsoft. Free off charge
> downloadable.


I have found version 2.03 which is quite old, but after some struggling
with it I managed to connect my Ipaq hx4700 to my desktop pc. I have
found that this program makes a mess of the screen, I suppose it does
not support correctly the VGA-sized screen of the 4700, thus
representing it in QVGA size with an anti-aliasing that makes little
characters from VGA-enabled applications totally unreadable.

Can anyone suggest some better solution? I'd really love to use
something like this.

Thanks

--

Kurgan

* Asportami la milza per rispondere in mail *
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Anonymous
December 31, 2004 6:53:57 PM

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In article <41d54373$0$14576$ed2619ec@ptn-nntp-reader01.plus.net>,
"David Richardson" <dmr54 AT tekguru DOT co DOT uk> says...

> There is a way to make it look superb :)  you will find the answer here:

> http://www.ipaqhq.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-11911....


Now this is good! Since I don't want to install all the fuss for a
single program modification, could you please send me the modified
cerdisp2.exe (or cerdisp.exe) by e-mail?

Thanks.

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Anonymous
January 4, 2005 6:24:16 PM

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I finaly got my 4705 connected wirelessly and I don't see any speed
increase. It's just as slow and sluggish as before.

Isn't there anything better out there? Or are we simply stuck with an
aweful bottleneck?


"StephG" <dontspamFrankensoftail@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns95CDBD70098CCStephG@130.133.1.4...
> On 28 Dec 2004, "Justin Emlay" <JEmlay@NoSpam.com> pondered an
> unfair universe and came up with
> news:#hDgFrT7EHA.2876@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl:
>
>> It seems slow via activesync. Is there any speed increase if I
>> used network instead?
>
> Yes. I use it through my WiFi network.
>
>
> --
> StephG
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