Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) (Windows CE 5.0)
The Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) implementation provides an architectural framework for creating self-configuring, self-describing devices and services. Because UPnP supports automatic discovery, devices managed by UPnP require no set up by users or network administrators. UPnP enables a device to dynamically join a network, obtain an IP address, and convey its capabilities upon request.
In This Section
- UPnP OS Design Development
- Presents information that is helpful when designing and developing a target device that uses UPnP. This includes dependencies of the UPnP implementation and the modules and components that implement UPnP. It also includes information about UPnP SYSGEN variables.
- UPnP Application Development
- Explains how to create applications and target devices that use UPnP functionality.
- UPnP Registry Settings
- Provides information about the configurable registry settings used by UPnP.
- UPnP Security
- Provides security best practice information relevant to UPnP.
- UPnP Migration
- Presents information that is useful if you are migrating from an OS design that includes the Windows CE UPnP implementation and is based on a previous version of Windows CE.
- UPnP Samples
- Describes sample code that uses or relates to UPnP.
- UPnP Reference
- Provides reference information for the API provided by UPnP.
- Networking - General
- Provides an overview of general networking functionality in Windows CE.
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