Upgraded windows mobile 2003 to 2003se, now canot sync to 2 Computers

Discussion in 'ActiveSync' started by Matt Hamby, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. Matt Hamby

    Matt Hamby Guest

    I have a Toshiba e805 PPC. It came with Windows Mobile 2003, I currently
    upgraded it to Windows Mobile 2003 SE. I installed the newest version of
    Active Sync onto my work computer, the relationship works fine, everything
    was swapped between the two components beautifully! However, when I tried to
    sync my PPC with my home computer, it would not allow me to connect, I
    installed the newest version of Active Sync on that computer as well. I
    tried several different things and come across where the partnerships are
    stored into the PPC, it will only allow one partnership, that I can tell. I
    need to know how to get around this! I would love to be able to sync with a
    third computer it that is even possible, under 2003, it would allow only 2
    partnerships.

    Thanks, God Bless,

    Matt Hamby
     
    Matt Hamby, Sep 29, 2004
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  2. Chris De Herrera, Sep 29, 2004
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  3. Matt Hamby

    Matt Hamby Guest

    Yes the PPC has been renamed, but there was no way to delete a partnership
    in Active Sync, it was all grayed out, I had to do that at my office.

    It shows a message "not connected" & "no partnership"
     
    Matt Hamby, Sep 29, 2004
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  4. When the device is not on the cradle, you can go to file and select delete
    partnership. if the device is connected this is grey.
     
    Andreas Yiangoullis, Sep 29, 2004
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  5. Matt Hamby

    Matt Hamby Guest

    Yeah, it stays grey, I tried that. I had to do that at my office to get it
    to work there, I am thinking it has to do with the new 2003 SE, I am going
    to try these ideas again, but I racked my brain on it for a while last
    night. any other thoughts?
     
    Matt Hamby, Sep 29, 2004
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  6. Matt Hamby

    Matt Hamby Guest

    I believe I have found my problem. it was so simple!

    I didn't think to set the firewall up to allow the connection!

    Thanks for all of the help!

    God bless you!

    Matt Hamby
     
    Matt Hamby, Sep 29, 2004
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