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#1927 26-Jul-2004 08:45
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Really baffled now... All employees use remote desktop to get into our server (don't ask why).
After much fuss, I finally have my BT working, can connect to internet just fine. I downloaded the patch for BT from HP, as well as the TS patch (which I totally don't understand the purpose for, since the 1945 DIDN'T come with TS installed anyway, AND is not on the disc...).
Got TS for 2002 from MS downloads.
Worked GREAT, but only ONCE! As in, connected, it worked, disconnected and could not reconnect, seconds after purposefully disconnecting!
Keeps saying the connection timed out...
I do have ZA basic installed, checked all settings, seems fine, but turned off Load on Boot, and rebooted (so port masking would be ok...)
Again, could connect to net, but not TS...
Any suggestions?
I'm fairly confident that if I uninstalled it, reinstalled it and rebooted the ppc it would work again, but this is pretty retarded....

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#7393 26-Jul-2004 17:12
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I suppose you have soft reset the Pocket PC? How are you connecting to the Internet? Are you using GPRS? If so, are you using an APN with non-NAT addresses?



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#7398 26-Jul-2004 17:21
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k, got it worked out (I think...)
Uninstalled both TS and the TS patch from HP. Reinstalled both with a couple soft resets thrown in... Seems to work good now. Only problem is my IPAQ screen is slightly smaller than a 17" monitor...

BTW, I'm connecting via BT, Activesync and Network thru SBC DSL.

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