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Migrating from Rapi.dll with ActiveSync too Windows Mobile Device Center in VISTA what do I need?

Posted on 2006-11-16
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Hi All,
Right now I am using rapi.dll too communicate through activesync too a pocket pc. I am basically sending a file using CeCreateFile and CeWriteFile type remote procedure calls. This obviously does not work with windows VISTA since activesync is not included. However they are now using Windows Mobile Device Center. How do I go about getting a simple type connection established with windows vista too the pocket pc? Is there a .dll on VISTA that I can connect with?
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which Vista build are you using
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Using build 5744.
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i guess you will have to wait for a solution on this from MS

http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=523757&SiteID=17
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