Windows Embedded Compact Shell Launcher

Posted By Pavel BanskyProgram Manager Welcome to the next article about Windows Embedded Compact. I want to describe you a situation and I’m sure you are familiar with it: You come across a digital signage device or point of sale terminal and there is an error code showing on the Windows desktop. The device is…

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SQLite and Windows Embedded Compact

Posted By Pavel BanskyProgram Manager In today’s blog post I will look at a database for Windows Embedded Compact. Specifically I will look at SQLite which is becoming more and more popular, and compare it to good old SQL CE. SQLite is a public domain single file database, which doesn’t require expensive engine to run…

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Group policies and Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011

Posted By Pavel Bansky Program Manager One of the most common questions asked by customers and users of Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011 is the applicability of group policies on write filter protected box. Although, most of the embedded devices usually operate outside of the domain, with Thin Clients in enterprises this is no longer…

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Turn a Windows Embedded-based Thin Client Into a Wireless Network Analyzer

Posted By Pavel BanskyProgram Manager Thanks for checking back to Windows Embedded blog, I hope you won’t be disappointed. Today I want to write about an interesting usage of a Windows Embedded powered Thin Client. A friend of mine who works in Microsoft Support for Windows Phone was solving an interesting problem. One of the…

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Windows Embedded at MMS 2012

Posted By Pavel BanskyProgram Manager Microsoft Management Summit is a big conference held in Las Vegas every year targeted to IT-Pros. All the players that mean something in computer management, operations and virtualization are present. Tickets are usually sold out months ahead and this year they were sold out very quickly, since the new version…


Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011 Top 10 Q&A

Posted By Pavel BanskyProgram Manager Good morning [place your current location here] and welcome to Approaching Embedded Intelligently. My name is Pavel Bansky and I work as a Program Manager in Windows Embedded team. I will be writing posts not only about Windows Embedded Device Manager but also other cool stuff we are doing here…