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Does Digi Device Discovery Utility run as is under Windows Embedded 7?

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asked Apr 15, 2015 in Windows CE by tremdez New to the Community (1 point)

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Hi,

I don't believe Digi has officially tested the Device Discovery Utility under Windows Embedded 7. Are you having issues?
answered Apr 17, 2015 by jeremym Veteran of the Digi Community (1,673 points)
Hi,

Thanks for your response. We have not tried it yet and were just wondering if it was likely to work as it will influence our decision to use WEC7.

Do you think it will work?

Thanks.
I believe Windows embedded OS's are based on lots of the same code of the more standard/normal Windows OS's, so I expect it will work just fine, but you should probably try it yourself.  The Device Discovery Utility is a free download, and there's even a standalone .exe version (so, you don't have to "install" it) available.
Thank you. That gives us some confidence that it might work. I'll post back once we try the standalone version, within the next few weeks.
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This was tested on Windows CE with Device Discovery.
Windows CE Kernel for ARM
ConnectCore Wi-i.MX53 by Digi International Inc. v3.5.1.4596 Windows Embedded CE 7.0 Built on Feb 20 2015 at 12:35:20
answered Apr 20, 2015 by Campbell Veteran of the Digi Community (551 points)
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Thanks Campbell. That helps.
answered Apr 21, 2015 by tremdez New to the Community (1 point)
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