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Topic # 6819 25-Feb-2006 03:21
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I´m testing a new ipaq 6915 with WM5 aku2. If i connect it to the craddle i don´t have any problem to sync to my corporate exchange 2003 sp2, using activesync 4.1

When i try to sync the exchange using GPRS or wifi (under a VPN connection) i get a "non supported proxy error".

In our company we use a netcache transparent proxy, and i´ve tried configuring the VPN using "this network connects to the internet" check with proxy, ....without proxy,.... without cheking the "connect to internet"... inserting my domain logon credentials in the advanced proxy tab...

None works for me...

When i connect to the vpn and try to navigate with the PIE, i have an error about my login credentials in PIE, telling that they are wrong or asking not to use the CAPS key...

I don´t know where can i instert/modify the login credentials in PIE...

None of this hapens if i use the craddle connected to my computer. I can surf the web, sync with exchange, use the Global Address List (gal)...

I´m totally lost and hope someone can help me here..

Thanks in advance


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Reply # 29308 25-Feb-2006 09:11
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Welcome to Geekzone. Do you have another Windows Mobile device running without the AKU2 and connecting/synchronising to the same server through the same proxy?





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