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How do I configure the pocket PC emulator network connection?

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Sorry, this is a NOOB question...

I have a web application that I need to test on the Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 emulator.  I have downloaded embedded C++, and the pocket PC 2003 SDK.  The emulator runs find for me, but when I try to run IE in the emulator to hit my web applicaion, it says that I need to configure a proxy.  Any ideas as to how I do this?  I just need the emulator to be able to hit the internet...

Any help, including step by step instructions would be greatly appreciated!
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You need to install ActiveSync first.

Then run the Device Emulator Manager, right click the emulator in the list, and select Cradle.  It will connect the emulator to ActiveSync and then connect to the internet via your computer.
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Thanks!
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