Connection lost using windows mobile emulator

Hi

I am trying to connect to an intranet site using windows mobile emulator. The problem is we have lost the connection with the mobile emulator and it keeps asking for connection settings.

Your help would be appreciated
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jazz__manAsked:
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alexey_gusevCommented:
go to Settings->Connections->Connections

and the select tab Advanced -> Select network and set "Work network" for the internet
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jazz__manAuthor Commented:
Hi

I have tried this and it is still not working.

thanks..
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alexey_gusevCommented:
check also PC side - either ActiveSync or WMDC, play around with (1) DMA connections and (2) where your 'device' is connected to: Internet, Work Network
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jazz__manAuthor Commented:
There is a red '!' on the active sync.

Is there another mobile emulator that might be a little easier to configure that you can recommend?
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alexey_gusevCommented:
'!' could be just a sign of something not properly sync'ed, that's all

I think the easiest way is using DMA connection from the ActiveSync side, then in Device Emulator Manager you can craddle your emulator and it behaves like normal real device in terms of comms.
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