As a follow-up to this post, here are the steps to download and install the “stand alone” device emulator and Windows Mobile 5.0 w/Mobile Security and Feature Pack (MSFP) images. Once the following steps are completed, you will have a PocketPC image, a SmartPhone image and a SmartPhone QVGA image. You can use the emulators to test ActiveSync over-the-air functionality against an SBS 2003/Exchange 2003 server. These steps are not intended to be used to test ActiveSync over-the-air functionality with an SBS2003/Exchange 2003 server on the same LAN as the emulator.
What files to download:
l From http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=C62D54A5-183A-4A1E-A7E2-CC500ED1F19A&displaylang=en, download efp.msi and V1Emulator.zip.
l From http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=DC8332D6-565F-4A57-BE8C-1D4718D3AF65&displaylang=en, download netsvwrap.msi – the Virtual Machine Network Driver for Microsoft Device Emulator.
What to install:
l Launch netsvwrap.msi to install the Virtual Machine Network Services Driver. Follow the on-screen instructions.
l Extract the contents of V1Emulator.zip. Launch standalone_emulator_V1.exe to install the Windows Mobile 5.0 Emulator Manager. Follow the on-screen instructions.
l Double click on efp.msi to install the Windows Mobile 5.0 w/MSFP images. Follow the on-screen instructions.
After the install is complete, you can access the emulator(s) via: Start -> All Programs -> Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 MSFP Emulator Images.
The options to boot the emulators:
l Device / Coldboot – Starts the selected emulator from a cold state (similar to a hard reset)
l Device / Savestate – Restores the image from the last time the emulator was running assuming “
Configuring the emulator to connect to the LAN/Internet:
l Launch the emulator of your choice (I strongly recommend the PocketPC. It is much easier to navigate and it uses a touch screen).
l In the Emulator Manager, click File -> Configure…
l Click on the Network tab and place a check next to “Enable NE2000 PCMCIA network adapter to bind to:”. In the dropdown, your physical network card should be selected.
l Click OK.
l Soft reset the device via File -> Reset -> Soft
Getting the emulator on the LAN/Web from behind a proxy server (think ISA server):
l Tap Start -> Settings -> Connections -> Connections -> Set up my proxy server and place a check next to “This network connects to the Internet” and “This network uses a proxy server to connect to the Internet” and type in the local IP address of the proxy server.
l If the proxy server uses a non-standard port (something other than 80) like the default SBS install w/ISA2004 does, you will need to modify the port for the proxy server. Tap Advanced and then tap HTTP and edit the port accordingly.
l Click OK all the way out
l Launch Internet Explorer on the device and to go to http://mobile.msn.com
Getting the emulator on the internet through a standard NAT device (think the standard Linksys, DLink, etc. device):
l Launch the emulator
l Tap Start -> Settings -> Connections -> Connections -> Advanced -> Select Networks and change the top dropdown selection to “My Work Network”
l Click OK all the way out.
l Launch Internet Explorer on the device and to go to http://mobile.msn.com.