The about dialog displays the version number The following screen shots may also help identify what version of CE your device is running. For more information please visit: PocketPC FAQ web site Windows Mobile 6 CE OS version 5.2 Devices include HP iPAQ 110, 111 HP iPAQ 210, 211 Various smartphones Windows Mobile 5.0 CE OS version 5.1 Devices include Dell Axim X51v iPAQ hx2790, hx1955, hx2495 One tip off is the "Fisher Price" look of the goofy 3-D icons. The VGA screens are gorgeous. Windows Mobile (Pocket PC) 2003 CE OS version 4.2 Devices include ASUS A620, A716 Dell Axim X30, X50 iPAQ 4150, 4350, 5150, 5455, 5550 Toshiba e350/e355, e750/e755 One tip off is the large "Flying Window" graphic on the default Today background. Windows CE .NET 4.2 CE OS version 4.2 Devices include NEC MobilePro 900c The last of the "mini-laptop" class, with USB port, stereo sound, and wi-fi capability. Sweet if you can still find one. Pocket PC 2002 CE OS version 3.0.1 Devices include Cassiopeia E-200, iPAQ 3800 series, Jornada 560 series, Toshiba e310 One tip off is the more colorful Windows icon on the Start button. Pocket PC CE OS version 3.0 Devices include Cassiopeia E-115 E125, iPAQ 3100, 3600 Jornada 520, 540 series Handheld PC 2000 CE OS version 3.0 Devices include Jornada 720 / 728, NEC MobilePro 790 / 880 / 900 These too are "mini-laptops" with full QWERTY keyboard and 640x240 screens. H/PC Pro CE OS version 2.11 Devices include IBM Z50, Jornada 680, NEC MobilePro 770 / 780 / 800 These are "mini-laptops" with full QWERTY keyboard and 640x240 screens. Palm PC CE OS version 2.11 Devices include Jornada 420/428 Click here to return to previous page
I can't find any WinCE 6.0 OS image for the Device Emulator. However, you can download the evaluation version of WinCE 6.0 and the development tool (Platform Builder for VS 2005) from here: -us/downloads/download-windows-embedded-ce6.aspx
FortiPlanner helps you determine the ideal number FortiAP wireless access points (AP) for your premises recommends placement for optimum performance.This easy-to-use windows application lets you import your building floor plan and draw the walls and other obstructions that can impede with wireless signal. The program then places the right number of APs based on the type of wireless application you choose. The output of the tool is a comprehensive report that can be used to purchase the right number of FAPs as well as maps to aid installation.The free download can place up to 10 APs. More information and access to the full version can be found via the Fortinet Developer Network. More information on FNDN can be found here.
I use the copy of Visual Studio 2003 that I bought in college for all of my current contracting work, (all of my day job work is done on a company laptop). From what I can tell from MSDN in order to develop using windows Mobile 5 or 6 SDK I need to have at least Visual Studio 2005 Standard and I really don't feel like shelling out that much cash just to be able to develop for my phone.
Check your Downloads folder to locate the AnyConnect files. Browser based downloads are often depositedinto the downloads folder on your device on windows. The path to the file often resemblesC:\Users\[Your User ID]\Downloads with the C:/ referring to your devices storage drive. 2b1af7f3a8