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Security Configuration Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile

Windows Mobile 6.5
4/8/2010

Security Configuration Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile is a remote configuration tool that runs on a host work station, that enables you to perform the following tasks:

  • Examine the security configuration of a Windows Mobile device.
  • Provision one of the Standard Security Configurations onto a mobile device by selecting the configuration you want from a list, and then clicking Provision.
  • Save a mobile device's security configuration.
  • Add a development certificate to a mobile device.
  • Sign a file with a Signing Certificate.
  • Check a file's digital signature.
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You can use Security Configuration Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile with emulated mobile devices, not just with physically connected mobile devices.

Security Configuration Management

Provides information about security on Windows Mobile devices, including an overview of Security Configuration Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile.

Using Security Configuration Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile

Contains details on how to use Security Configuration Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile.

Copyright Information for Device Security Manager

Windows Mobile 5.0 Application Security

A technical article located on the MSDN web site, that explains various aspects of application security on Windows Mobile devices. (9 printed pages).

Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) - Security Working Group

The Security Workgroup page on the OMA web site. This group provides the expertise to formulate industry-wide security standards.

Security for Windows Mobile Devices

Describes the security model architecture, and explains concepts such as security policy, security configuration, and certificate management; and outlines security-related best practices for Windows Mobile devices.

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