Plug and Play (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

Plug and Play (PnP) functionality allows the driver for a PnP device to be installed immediately after the device is plugged into a computer, and displays balloon pop-ups, and an installation wizard when necessary. Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) allows UPnP devices to be connected to a computer over a network.

You can enable silent PnP in your run-time image. You can also prevent PnP and UPnP functioning in your run-time image.

Silent Plug and Play

Describes how to prevent messages about PnP device detection and PnP device installation being displayed in your run-time image.

Preventing Plug and Play

Describes how to prevent PnP functioning in your run-time image.

Prohibiting Universal Plug and Play

Describes how to prohibit Universal PnP in your run-time image.

Shell Customization

Describes how to customize the shells included with Windows Embedded Standard, how to create custom shells, and how to define the way system messages, balloon pop-ups, and Plug and Play are handled on your run-time image.

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