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Old 05-21-2012, 09:01 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Default Re: Connecting device to local web server

In which case, you need to just leave the proxy mapping for your Intranet on the MDS and reverse those IT Policy items you configured.

Device-Only Items > Enable WAP Config = False or True (up to you really. If you get charged separately for WAP you may want to leave it disabled)

2. Browser Policy Group > MDS Browser Title = <company name> (might want to name this <company name> Intranet or something. To be honest it doesn't really matter on newer handhelds as the device will decide what browser method to use depending on the speed it gets responses to page requests and if it gets an DNS errors)

3. Browser Policy Group > Allow IBS Browser = True. (you will want to activate the BIS Browser)

4. Browser Policy Group > MDS Browser Use Separate Icon = True. (yep, leave this as is)

5. Service Exclusivity policy group> Allow Other Browser services = True. (you will want to allow the other Browser service to be able to use BIS)
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