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Using USB Devices???? 12 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 0
We have a program that is PocketPC based and we sync it to a desktop for transfering data back and forth.

I noticed in a printer issue USB printers arent supported but does that account for all USB devices?
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Re: Using USB Devices???? 12 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 6
Syncing to a Palm pilot (via GGW) using USB port works fine. I don't know specifically about syncing to a PocketPC but I would not expect a problem.

Not sure what USB printing issue you're referring to but local USB printing via GO-Global is fully supported.

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Re: Using USB Devices???? 11 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
Erict, please post details on how to setup sycing to a palm pilot using USB port. There is no mention of it in the GGFW_Admin_Guide. Thanks.
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Regards Dale

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How do I sync my Palm with GO-Global for Windows? 11 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 6
How do I sync my Palm with GO-Global for Windows?

Syncing your Palm using GO-Global is relatively simple to set up. Essentially, you first install the Palm (and sync conduit) software on the GO-Global server and then publish the Palm application. You might try and test the Palm connectivity from the server prior to using it with GO-Global.

Be sure to set the HotSync Task Manager setting to Local USB or Local Serial.

Next, configure the GGW Cluster Manager so that the Client Drives option is enabled. The COM port redirection function is turned on only when the Drives function is enabled (Tools -> Server options -> Client Access).

Now launch the Palm Desktop on the GG client. Be sure to check the COM port selection in the HotSync pull-down menu to reflect the local COM port that the PALM device is attached to. You may see multiple COM ports (as shown in the screenshot below) but you should only have to select COM1 or COM2.

Press the HotSync button on the Palm cradle or on the Palm device and you will sync your Palm.


There is a similar "How to" document with screenshots which we can send upon request. The forum does not allow attachments at this time.

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