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SC MDM and file transter

Posted on 2009-07-01
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Hi all,

This is probably a very simple / silly question but for some reason i am struggling to find the answer.

We have Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 SP1 and a number of enrolled devices.  No Gateway service at the moment as we are using a custom APN service to get internal access.  

What i need to know is can we use MDM to transfer non-CAB files to the Windows Mobile 6.1 devices without having to package them as an application that is 'installled'?

If so are there any limitations with file type / size?

Thanks!!
Dan
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by:danrowland
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I've increased the number of points for this one as i've Googled the entire Internet and for some reason haven't managed to find the answer!
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by:pgnatyuk
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Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 SP1 - it means Windows Mobile Center?
If it is, when a device is connected to you PC, you see its name - click on it, new window will jump up, you will see "connecting" in the left-down corner. When it will become connected you will see a menu on the left side of the window. There is an item "File transfer" - click on it. In the sub-menu choose Browse. You will see the file explorer. Copy your files into a folder on your device.
http://www.petri.co.il/windows_mobile_device_center_for_windows_vista.htm
 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc722321(WS.10).aspx
Sorry, if your center means something else.
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by:danrowland
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Hello,

Thanks for your response, but no, this is MDM.  It is an enterprise solution for entegration of Windows Mobile devices into Active Directory.

Thanks for your response though!!

Cheers,
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I dont suppose anyone else has any ideas do they?
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sorry, forgot to say - you can't do this!
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