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Article: Is Windows Mobile 2003 More Secure?
After spending quite a bit of time reviewing the features of the Windows Mobile 2003 in my last article, I decided to focus on how Microsoft has changed their security in 2003. Now maybe you think that Windows Mobile 2003 is more secure because it offers more security features like 802.1x and IPSEC however there are a number of items that are no more secure than the Pocket PC 2002 was. In this article, I am focusing on the security that is provided out of the box and how it is implemented to help users and administrators understand potential risks associated with the use of Pocket PCs.
Posted Thursday, September 18, 2003 by ChrisD
Updated: ActiveSync - Identifying Unresolved Items and ActiveSync Troubleshooting Guide - Synchronization Errors
Added info on how to unselect all types of synchronization to identify whether a sync problem is with the data or the stability of ActiveSync. On the Synchronization Errors also added info on the different file format for the internal Pocket PC databases with Windows Mobile 2003 and how to convert them to the Pocket PC 2002 format.
Posted Monday, September 15, 2003 by ChrisD
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