Active sync keeps connecting, but never connects

Discussion in 'ActiveSync' started by M vd Wal, Jan 16, 2006.

  1. M vd Wal

    M vd Wal Guest

    Can any MVP tell if Microsoft will come with a new version of active sync?
    Ive got for a long a problem that is still not solved, (only on my desktop
    on my laptop it workes fine) see post with MIO A201.

    I noticed that im not the only one with this kind of problem.
    So i hope Microsoft can help us pioneers with Mobile 5 fast.

    thx Marcel
     
    M vd Wal, Jan 16, 2006
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  2. Microsoft has not publicly committed to any new versions of AS, other than
    4.1, which is, of course already out.

    Searching the archives on "A201" leads me to your thread, but I don't have
    any further ideas for you. It seems that there should be enough information
    there for someone at MS to figure out what's going on. Given that you don't
    see any connections with 990 on the device, I'm still going to guess that
    you have some sort of network utility on the desktop machine which is
    blocking the connection or, at least, the UDP packets that AS might be
    sending to the device from the desktop.

    Paul T.
     
    Paul G. Tobey [eMVP], Jan 16, 2006
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  3. M vd Wal

    M vd Wal Guest

    Is there a tool so i can check if there is any tool blockes my port and wich
    tool this can be?

    "Paul G. Tobey [eMVP]" schreef:
     
    M vd Wal, Jan 16, 2006
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  4. There are some programs that can scan the ports on an address or set of
    addresses from another computer looking for open ports. No names come to
    mind, but a search should find you something free ("open ports" is a search
    term that you might use; you're looking for security software that will find
    any open ports on your server so you can close them). In fact, here's a
    few:

    http://www.nsauditor.com/freeware/

    Paul T.

     
    Paul G. Tobey [eMVP], Jan 16, 2006
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