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Connecting the CETK to a Target Device by Using Platform Manager (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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Using Platform Manager, you can download to a target device the appropriate Clientside.exe file for the CPU. You can specify whether the CETK uses Platform Manager or Winsock to communicate with the target device after Platform Manager downloads the Clientside.exe file.

Alternatively, you can connect the CETK to a target device manually. For information about manually establishing a connection, see Running the CETK Tool Without the CETK Client in the Run-Time Image.

To connect the CETK to a target device by using Platform Manager

  1. In the Windows CE Test Kit window, from the Connection menu, choose Start client.
  2. To instruct the CETK to communicate with the target device by using Platform Manager, clear the Use Windows Sockets for the client/server communication check box.

    - or -

    To instruct the CETK to communicate with the target device by using Winsock, select the Use Windows Sockets for the client/server communication check box .

    Note   Regardless of the state of the Use Windows Sockets for the client/server communication check box, when you choose Connect, the CETK downloads the Clientside.exe file to the target device by using Platform Manager.
  3. Choose Settings to configure Platform Manager.

    In the Windows CE Platform Manager Configuration dialog box, you can configure Platform Manager to communicate with the target device. For information about configuring this connection, see all but the first three steps of Configuring the Connection to a Target Device Using Platform Manager.

  4. Choose OK to close the Windows CE Platform Manager Configuration dialog box.
  5. Choose Connect.
  6. Select a target device, and then choose OK.

See Also

CETK Setup | How to Use the CETK to Test a Driver | Device Connection Dialog Box | Manual Connection of the CETK to a Target Device


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