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Configuring User Permissions for the Web Server (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/6/2010

After you have downloaded your run-time image to the CEPC, you are ready to configure the user permissions for your Web Server using the Web-based configuration page.

  1. On the CEPC, start Internet Explorer, and in the address bar, type http://localhost/remoteadmin. The Windows Embedded CE Remote Management Tool appears.

  2. On the Welcome page, choose Next.

  3. On the Set the password for your Gateway page, type a password, confirm the password, and then choose Next.

  4. On the Configure your Internet connection page, leave the default settings, and then choose Finish.

  5. The Enter Network Password dialog box appears.

  6. In the Enter Network Password dialog box, enter the following information, and then choose OK.

    Item Text to be entered

    User Name

    admin

    Password

    <the password you created in Step 3>

    Domain

    None

  7. From the left column, choose Add/Del Users.

  8. Under Add/Modify User, in the User box, enter Testuser, type a password, confirm the password, and then choose Add New.

  9. In Internet Explorer, in the address bar, type http://localhost/webadmin.

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    If you are prompted for a user name and password, enter the same information you entered in Step 6.

    The Web Server Configuration tool appears.

Now you are ready to connect to the Web Server from a client computer and launch the Web Server configuration page remotely.

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You can also create users programmatically by calling the NTLMSetUserInfo function. Windows Embedded CE also exposes the NTLMDeleteUser function, which is used to delete a user name from the local database, and the NTLMEnumUser function, which is used to enumerate a user in a local database.

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