In some special cases, we would like to disable the scanner, because when the telnetce client waiting for an "Enter" key, the emlpoyees reads another bar-code, and they generate errors in the ERP-system. TelnetCE version: 7.0.76
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You may come across connection problems when routers have Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) enabled and clients do not support it.
In Windows XP, Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) may mistake a WPS enabled router for a WPA-Radius protected one and warn you that there is no certificate to connect to it:
To work around this problem, you can either disable 802.1x authentication on the client or disable WPS on the router's.
802.1x on the client can be disabled in the properties of the wireless network. On the Authentication tab, untick the 802.1x Authentication option. Make sure that the correct encryption type is selected on the Association tab and that the WPA Pre-Shared Key or the WEP key is entered.
On Windows Vista things may even be worse. When you try to connect to a WPS enabled network, Vista may prompt you for a user name, password and domain name as if PEAP authentication were used. When you manually create the network profile specifying WPA2-PSK, AES and the Pre-shared Key, Vista may refuse to connect stating that the network profile does not match the actual configuration. The only work-around in this case is to disable WPS on the router.
To disable WPS on the router, go to the Wi-Fi Protected Setup. To learn how to disable WPS click here... At the top of the page, just set WPS to disabled and apply changes. You may need to delete the profile for the network on the client card before it can connect to the router.
1 On a computer wired to the SBG900 USB or Ethernet port, open your web browser (for example, Microsoft Internet Explorer) 2 Type http//:192.168.100.1 and press ENTER to display the login window: 3 In the User ID field, type admin (case sensitive) and press TAB. 4 In the Password field, type motorola (case sensitive) and click Log In to display the SBG900 Setup Program main window: As soon as your network is operational, run the SBG900 Setup Program to:
"Wireless Network Setup" For a LAN with one or more wireless clients, enable wireless security on the SBG900.
"Wireless Network Setup" After enabling wireless security on the SBG900, as required on each wireless client: > If you disabled ESSID broadcasting on the SBG900, set the client Network Name (ESSID) identical to the ESSID on the SBG900. > If you enabled WEP on the SBG900, set the client WEP key identical to the WEP key on the SBG900. > If you enabled Allow Only Listed Stations Access, be sure the MAC address for each client is correctly listed on the SBG900.
DataWedge is an Application provided by Symbol/Motorola to enable the scanning module also for application without the driver. Scanned barcode is sent like an usual keyboard input.
There can be just one active application using the barcode scanner. If you are running DataWedge, you would need to stop it before starting any other application with built-in scanner drivers.
To stop DataWedge just click on the barcode icon in a right down corner and select - Disable DataWedge
Hello dmastajam. To be honest, I have never needed to disable the GPS for an MC75. Unfortunately, I don't have one handy at the moment, but I would assume that it will be in the settings and configurations. I usually tell my clients to approach their issues with these as though they were trying to fix the problem on their cellular phone. They find it much easier that way. I hope I could at least point you in the right direction. Good luck!
It's not like your old DOS scan guns where there was a definite number of characters (rows and columns) that could fit on the screen. Instead, it runs Windows Mobile or Windows CE, which has a graphical interface (like your PC). It comes preloaded with terminal software from Wavelink to connect to your AS400, and you can set how large or small you want the font to be in that terminal emulator. So the answer is, the "lines per screen" and "characters per line" can pretty much be as many or as few as you want. It's a trade-off between how much you can fit on the screen and how well you can read it if you were to choose a font size that is too small.
I will say that Wavelink does a good job with this emulator at allowing you to scroll around the screen though. If there is anything that won't fit on the screen, you can just press the Ctrl key and then use the up/down/left/right arrows to page around the screen.
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