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Topic # 12557 24-Mar-2007 07:52
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Has anyone got the Apache syncing with Vista? I tired the Windows Mobile Device Centre but can't get that to work, and the Sync Centre is no better.

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  Reply # 64870 24-Mar-2007 08:11
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Welcome to Geekzone... Yes, it worked fine for me. Have you downloaded the latest Windows Mobile Device Center?

Are you using USB ports and no USB Hubs?

Have you configured the USB ports to always be powered on (prevent the OS to shutdown to save power)?






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  Reply # 64880 24-Mar-2007 12:14
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Also with Vista you may need to open a port in your firewall. Which one are you using?

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Reply # 64891 24-Mar-2007 14:45
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  Reply # 64899 24-Mar-2007 16:39
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Looks like I had a faulty install, I uninstalled and reinstalled and it is working well now. Looks like an improvement on Active Sync.

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