witch dialect i can use
simo.sorce at xsec.it
Fri Nov 22 09:38:01 GMT 2002
On Fri, 2002-11-22 at 04:50, Christopher R. Hertel wrote:
> A server? Pocket PC doesn't come with server software? How odd...
> > I want to run this server on raw TCP/IP at port 445,I want this server to
> > have the following
> > Function:
> > 1 It can announce itself in the lan network..
> In which way? If you are running on port 445 (naked TCP transport) then
> you probably don't want to announce to the old-style browse lists. You'll
> need to figure out how a service announces itself to Active Directory.
This way you will never be able to communicate to an XP Home, Windows 9x
or Windos NT OS and in a home environment or a business environment that
is based on NT4 Domains, Novel NDS, Iplanet directory services, samba
domains, simple workgroup ...
> > 4 Explore in the shared tree.( support find first / find next operation )
> > 5 Support common file operation Client can copy , move create file or
> > directories on the server get file information etc.
> If you are writing a server, consider the clients. Many of them will be
> Windows boxes (although, if you are running on port 445 only then you can
> forget about W/9x, W/NT, and possibly W/Me... as far as I know the only
> Windows clients that can talk to 445 are W2K and WXP).
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