To use the Smart Device Authentication Utility
1. Open a new or saved Smart Device project in Visual Studio .NET.
2. Run the Smart Device Authentication Utility on the device.
To run the Smart Device Authentication Utility on the device
a. Open the folder that corresponds to the Windows CE version on your device in Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\CompactFrameworkSDK\WinCE Utilities\Authentication Util.
b. Open the folder that corresponds to the CPU of your device.
c. Copy the file SDAuthUtilDevice.exe to your device.
d. Run SDAuthUtilDevice.exe on your device.
e. Click Start.
Note: There will be a pause while the workstation running Visual Studio .NET connects to the device via a TCP/IP connection.
3. Run the Smart Device Authentication Utility on the computer running Visual Studio .NET.
To run the Smart Device Authentication Utility on the computer
a. On the Tools menu, click Smart Device Authentication Utility.
b. In the Device IP address box, enter the IP address of the device.
c. Click Set Up Device.
4. Apply the new setting to Visual Studio as described in the following procedure.
To apply the settings to Visual Studio
a. On the Tools menu, click Options.
b. Click Device Tools and then click Devices.
c. In the Show devices for platform box, click the device that you want to connect to.
d. Click Save As, type a new name in the box, and click OK.
e. In the Transport box, click TCP Connect Transport.
f. Click Configure.
g. Click Use specific IP address, and enter the device's IP address.
h. Click OK.
You can now create, debug and deploy managed code applications for Windows CE .NET platforms using Visual Studio .NET 2003.