Q: What is Cresotech PocketLANce?
A: Cresotech PocketLANce is an application allowing user to access LAN resources
directly from Pocket PC.
Q: What is Windows Network?
A: Windows Network is a set of services for local networking built in Windows
Q: Why access network folders and files from Pocket PC?
A: This option allows user to exchange files and folders between Pocket PC and
other network computers in single action without copying files to the Desktop PC and then to
the target computer.
Q: Are additional modules or libraries necessary for successful operation of Cresotech PocketLANce?
A: No. Libraries contained in Cresotech PocketLANce standard package and standard
libraries of Windows CE 3.0 are quite sufficient.
Q: Is Network Adapter necessary for work with Cresotech PocketLANce?
A: Not required but recommended.
Q: Can I access local network remotely via mobile phone or modem?
A: Yes, provided that RAS (Remote Access Service) or DUN (Dial-Up Networking) is installed on your host PC.
Q: What installation-specific settings of RAS are required for correct work of PocketLANce?
A: PocketLANce does not require any specific settings of Remote Access Service.
Please refer to the ActiveSync documentation for information on standard settings for enabling ActiveSync
connections over a serial connection using RAS.
Q: What is the difference between Cresotech PocketLANce and File Explorer included in Windows CE 3.0 Standard Package?
A: File Explorer does not allow to access network files and folders. Besides in
Cresotech PocketLANce unlike File Explorer folders and files are represented as a tree-like
structure for easier navigation.
Q: I want to develop an application where information
sent from different PDA devices should be collected on a single network workstation. Can I
achieve this by using PocketLANce SDK?
A: Yes, you can. PocketLANce SDK enables developers with option to create
applications capable of exchanging information with several different Pocket PCs.