My first post in the provisioning series introduced what provisioning of your Windows Mobile device means and the basics of why you would want to do it. In future posts I’ll give some concrete examples of XML that accomplish a few common tasks. But what good are XML examples if you can’t try them out… Read more
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A lot of questions on the MSDN forums center around how to customize a device or an app to prefer a specific network connection over another. The correct way to accomplish this is by “provisioning” the device. In fact a great many aspects of the device and the applications on it can be configured through… Read more