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You could write an application that would open and parse through the _DEVPROP.prf Avalanche file on the device where the TerminalID is stored and then have that program then set the regkey with that TerminalID. This could definitely be done in .NET.
For example, you can open the properties file with StreamReader:
Dim objReader As New System.IO.StreamReader("\Program Files\Wavelink\Avalanche\Config\_DEVPROP.PRF")
hello jmdrmody, i am not able to write applications for dotnet.... i am a little bit unhappy, that there is no way inside the avalanche configuration file to handle this variable. the telnet client e.g. handles for its own name the t% as Terminal ID, but this t% is not usable for other apps or i didn´t found the right way to use it. if someone can write me a short application working with dotnet 3.5 on windows CE 6 i will give him a beer.... or a nice postcard from germany !
the app should only do a copy from
thanks for spending time in my threads