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View Poll Results: What you want to know about UC?
Basics - show me how to get started 72 35.29%
Editing and creating cabs - I want to share what I do 13 6.37%
XML Provisioning - I want to set up ActiveSync,WI-FI... automatically 40 19.61%
Scripting - I want to learn MortScript and how it can make UC easier 9 4.41%
Advanced Customizations - Removing the things I don't use 31 15.20%
What the hell is UC anyway? 39 19.12%
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Old 03-23-2011, 10:35 PM
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Re: Learn UC / XDA_UC / Registry / XML Provisioning / CAB Editing {2010-12-15}

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None of the files get copied, but the registry keys are created (after a reset of course). I can't figure out why the files are not copied.
Try this statement and PM me if it does not work and I will test.

I believe this is true, but have not verified...

For coping a single file you need to specify the full target. For multiple files you can specify the target path only by using xcopy.

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 Copy("\Storage Card\My Documents\HOME.lnk","\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\HOME.lnk")
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An xml question...

Is there a parm for the toggle for deleting files off the server when you delete them from the phone. I keep forgetting to change this after a flash and it defaults to delete from server. Then when I get home all me emails from that day that I read and deleted are gone forever. I would like to just add a parm to change that to "not delete from server" to my xml for email accounts.
Sadly no. It drives me crazy as well. There is a program call KHEB that you can use to track changes to your system. You can snapshot before making the setting change and then again after and it will generate a diff file. It may be possible to set this another way and that is how you would find out.

Please post back if you find something.
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Re: Learn UC / XDA_UC / Registry / XML Provisioning / CAB Editing {2010-12-15}

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For coping a single file you need to specify the full target. For multiple files you can specify the target path only by using xcopy.
That did the trick! The way I understood Xcopy was that it copied the entire directory to a specified path, but you were right.

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Re: Learn UC / XDA_UC / Registry / XML Provisioning / CAB Editing {2010-12-15}

Hmmm what about a registry entry that I can export and add to the xda_uc folder

Can you tell me where the mail settings are in the registry and I will go digging for it?
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Re: Learn UC / XDA_UC / Registry / XML Provisioning / CAB Editing {2010-12-15}

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Hmmm what about a registry entry that I can export and add to the xda_uc folder

Can you tell me where the mail settings are in the registry and I will go digging for it?
There may be something in the registry, but I do not know off hand where it is. That is why I recommended you try KHEB in my previous post to figure it out for yourself.
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Re: Learn UC / XDA_UC / Registry / XML Provisioning / CAB Editing {2010-12-15}

thanks for your share.
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