Ipaq probles at work  
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maholstein





PostPosted: Notebook, Tablet PC, and UMPC Development, Ipaq probles at work Top

Hello People

I got a question



my question is

Recently we started using Windows XP (updated a image from windows 2000)

now we got a problem and alot of laptops (IBM t43) we are getting a error conserning, You Dont have Enough administration Rights 2 use this device

Ill explaine it

When putting in the Ipaq (hp HX2190b) if gives the error i just said /\

the problem is alot of people are using the ipaq 2 active syng there outlook and contacts

so i though hey it could be that the ipaq isnt very good whit windows XP

recently i was installing The file manager for Ericson Mobile Phone and when connecting it 2 the laptop, its been giving the same problem


Now what i wanna know is, Is there any1 that has this problem aswell

and does any1 know the solution

Plz do tell me i be checking this forum from time to time

the ipaqs are Hp 2190B

P.S (Sorry for my bad English) Dutch Person lol

Thanks guys


Software Development for Windows Vista9  
 
 
Mark Hopkins - MSFT





PostPosted: Notebook, Tablet PC, and UMPC Development, Ipaq probles at work Top

Hi:

I haven't heard of this particular problem with Windows XP. Have you tried this when logged in as Administrator

You may want to ask your question in a forum where they are more familiar with Active Sync. Try the Smart Devices forum.

Good luck!

- Mark Hopkins (MSFT)



 
 
maholstein





PostPosted: Notebook, Tablet PC, and UMPC Development, Ipaq probles at work Top

Im a Administrator user my self and active sign does instal

But when plugging in the ipaq true a usb port

Nor The usb on the docking station works

nor the usb in the laptop it self...


 
 
Mark Hopkins - MSFT





PostPosted: Notebook, Tablet PC, and UMPC Development, Ipaq probles at work Top

Hi:

You'll need to contact Microsoft Support for Active Sync. This forum is for the dicussion of developing applications for Laptops, Tablet PCs, and Ultra-mobile PCs.

Closing this as off-topic.

Thanks,
- Mark Hopkins (MSFT)