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Accessing SQL Server from WM 6.5 devices using USB Cable

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It´s possible to connect my htc hd2 with WM6.5 with USB cable and use my computer network connection to send and receive data to and from my SQL Server database instead of Wi-Fi of the device ?
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connect it via ActiveSync or WMDC and play around with their connection settings - sometimes Internet is OK, sometimes it wants Work Network in them
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Thanks for your tip! It works fine for me.
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