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Determine Device Type (SP/PPC) of the ActiveSync Connected Device

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Is it possible to determine the device type of the currrently connected device? I just need to know whether its a SP or a PPC. I know this is possible to determine from an application running on the device, but I need to be able to query this off the device from the desktop.

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