1 Power Tools are software utilities on Dolphin and Image Kiosk devices that provide you with out-of-the-box solutions for your application development and deployment needs, such as retrieving device information, customizing the user interface, working with the registry, networking, and passing bar code data to applications. On the device, access Power Tools by tapping Start > Power Tools.
2 EZConfig Suite EZConfig is a suite of software utilities that simplifies configuration management. Device configuration data is stored in configuration files that use a custom XML format with an EXM extension represented by an icon). The EZConfig Suite manages and deploys these files to the device. With EZConfig, you can create a configuration file, then deploy it to all the devices you manage without having to touch every device, ensuring that each device has the same default configuration. EZConfig Suite is comprised of the EZConfig Editor and EZConfig Client. EZConfig Editor A utility on both the PC and the device that displays configuration files in an easy-to-read, easyto-edit format. EZConfig Editor on the PC creates bar codes from configuration files for quick-scan deployment or saves configuration files directly to the device via Microsoft ActiveSync. Both editors provide quick access to configuration information and make updating, managing, and deploying configuration files quick and easy. EZConfig Editor on the PC EZConfig Editor on the Terminal EZConfig Client A utility on the device that decodes EZConfig bar codes and deploys the configuration data in the device.
3 Device Configuration Management With EZConfig Suite, device configuration information is stored in configuration files that can be distributed to multiple devices at the same time. This centralizes device configuration and ensures the same configuration without having to touch every device! Configuration files can contain: Radio settings for , Bluetooth, and GSM/GPRS radios. WLAN, WWAN, and WPAN configurations, including network hardware such as printers and access points. Power management settings, including battery and external power timeouts, backlight behavior, and power out parameters. Registry settings. Configuration information for Power Tools and Demos. Custom application window settings. Full text descriptions of sections and keys. Command lines to launch applications. Command line arguments that apply launch settings. Enforcing Defaults Once deployed to the device, configuration settings are stored in persistent memory and applied automatically after each cold boot. This means that you can control the default configuration of devices in the field without relying on users for setup. Furthermore, you can use a quick cold boot to restore default settings after a user has corrupted the device by incorrectly altering the device configuration. Updating the Registry EZConfig Suite creates registry documents in the.exm file format. If you have applications or workflows that require new or different registry entries, you can create a small registry document in EZConfig Editor that contains the required settings, then deploy the file to the device via bar code. When scanned, EZConfig Client updates the registry immediately and your user can start working. Configuration Capabilities EZConfig Suite stores the most important device configuration information in files that are Easy to read, modify, and deploy to multiple devices. Stored in persistent memory on the device. Deployable as bar codes. EZConfig makes it possible to Switch the device from a WLAN to a WWAN configuration with nothing more than a bar code scan. Because the WWAN configuration information is embedded in the bar code, the user can begin working on the WWAN immediately without having to modify the device after the switch. Change or set up network printers in the field by posting a bar code on the printer. Users just scan the bar code and print. Store network printer information in persistent memory so you only have to configure the device to a printer once. Set the mechanical connector to power out temporarily, without changing the registry.
4 Bar Code Deployment Bar code deployment means that devices can be configured just by scanning bar codes. You don t need to connect the device to a PC or network to deploy configuration information. In fact, you can even configure the device to operate on a network by scanning a bar code. EZConfig Editor on the PC embeds configuration files in bar code packages that are decoded and deployed by EZConfig Client on the device. For maximum ease-of-use in the field, bar codes can be printed and posted where users work. Users update their devices with a quick scan and keep working. If you are managing devices in remote locations, EZConfig Editor can save bar codes as graphic files that you can distribute electronically for users to print and scan. EZConfig bar codes feature a temporary option that modifies the current device configuration without replacing the default configuration. You could configure the device to work on an in-premise network for an afternoon, for instance, then restore the default network settings with a cold boot when the afternoon is over.
5 EZConfig Editor (PC): Enter settings in the configuration file. Create a bar code package from the file. Save the file directly to the device via ActiveSync. Scan the bar code package. If necessary, launch the associated application on the device. EZConfig Client automatically Decodes the bar codes, Deploys the package, and Launches the associated application. The settings are applied in the device.
6 EZMenu EZMenu is a customizable program launcher that creates application windows that can launch menus, windows, and applications. One of the best features of EZMenu is the control it gives you over the user experience. For instance, you can configure the device to boot to a locked Power Tools window that hides the Start Menu, OK button, and Command bar menus and limits access to applications. Default Power Tools window Power Tools window without the Start menu, OK button, or Command bar menus Furthermore, if you click an application icon on a locked window, EZMenu carries the locked settings forward to the next window and any window after that, effectively blocking access to the Start Menu globally. EZMenu also lets you password-protect access to the Windows Mobile shell. Using EZMenu this way, you have total control over what your users see and access. With EZMenu, you can also: Customize views for application windows (large icon, small icon, list, and detail views) Assign HotKeys to launch menu items from the window Hide the Start Menu and OK button Password-protect menu selections and access to the Windows Mobile shell Write custom captions for application icons
7 SysInfo SysInfo takes a snapshot of the device s hardware and software configuration and displays the information in an easy-to-read Pocket Word document. Use SysInfo to see what s loaded on the device such as the version number of a software program or the serial number of a hardware component. The SysInfo file contains: Installed hardware and software System parameters DLL versions Power management settings Radio module and driver information Network configuration data Storage and memory capacity and usage Contents of the Autoinstall folder (.cab file names) This information can be vital for Support to resolve problems but mean nothing to the end-user. SysInfo provides a quick and easy way for the user to provide Support with the information they need. SysInfo also helps development teams see what s loaded on the device at-a-glance. In addition, all the information in SysInfo can be retrieved via API calls and used within an application. For added convenience, the SysInfo document can even be saved as a text file ( sysinfo.txt ) and ed to the systems administrator, for example, to facilitate device support and management.
8 ScanWedge ScanWedge captures and sends data from the device decoder, serial port, and IrDA interface to the foreground application as if it were entered via the keyboard. ScanWedge expands the functionality of applications on the device by allowing them to receive bar code data even if they were not designed to. This means you can take advantage of the device s decoding engine without having to modify existing applications or learn how to develop software for the decoder. ScanWedge is also useful for browser-based applications that require scanned data to be entered into web pages. With ScanWedge, you can also: Enable/disable specific bar code symbologies Control LEDs and audio feedback for good scan/bad scan scenarios Configure serial, decoder, and IrDA port settings Use data formatting Keyboard Status Dolphin devices feature multiple alpha-numeric and numeric-alpha keyboard options that switch the keyboard between alpha and numeric modes. For added convenience when using the keyboard, Keyboard Status displays an icon in the Navigation bar at the top of every window that indicates which mode the keyboard is in, alpha or numeric. Numeric Alpha uppercase Alpha lowercase
9 Registry Power Tools Registry tools provide user-friendly interfaces for working with the registry. There are three Registry Power Tools: RegBackup Creates a backup file of the current registry. RegEdit RegRestore Provides a user interface for editing registry entries (as seen in the graphic on the right). Restores the registry settings from the registry backup file. You can program the device to launch RegRestore after each cold boot. These tools allow your customized registry settings to be restored after a cold boot. Network Utilities Network Utilities are three Power Tools that perform diagnostic functions of your network. Many of these utilities mirror the functionality available at the DOS-prompt in the PC environment. IPConfig Ping Displays IP settings. You can release and renew an IP address as well as see the full configuration. Pings a destination on the network and displays the path on the screen. Route WiFi Status Route displays the path a packet would take from the device to a desired IP address. Seeing the route can help troubleshoot large networks where there can be several paths taken to arrive at the same point with many intermediate systems (routers or bridges) involved. On Windows Mobile 5.0-based devices, WiFi Status displays information from the radio adapter and enables you to modify the Power setting, the BSS mode, and the SSID.
10 BattMon BattMon enables you to check the charge on the battery just by looking at the device. When enabled, BattMon uses the LEDs on the front panel to notify you of the battery s charge status. The green LED blinks when the battery is charging and lights solid green when the battery is fully charged. EZConfig Utilities EZConfig Utilities are the device-side portion of EZConfig Suite. EZConfig creates, edits, and maintains configuration files for the device, standalone software applications, Power Tools, and Demos. For more information, refer to the EZConfig Suite Information Sheets available on the web site:. HotKeys HotKeys activates the button assignments that launch applications from a hardware button. This offers your users a faster alternative than navigating through menus on the touch screen. RASMan RASMan establishes a PPP (Point-to-Point) connection with a RAS Server. RASMan connects Dolphin devices to Dolphin Net Bases, allowing Dolphin devices to reside on an Ethernet network. Reboot Reboot launches a warm or cold boot from the touch screen. Our devices have keyboard combinations that launch warm and cold boots manually. Reboot performs the same function from the touch screen for added convenience. SetRAM SetRAM adjusts the persistent versus RAM memory allocation on Windows Mobile 5.0 devices. Suspend Suspend puts the device in Suspend mode. You can put the device in Suspend mode manually via the keyboard. Suspend performs the same function from the touch screen for added convenience. 10
11 Command Bar Indicators and Menus Some Power Tools display an icon on the Command bar at the bottom of the Today screen. These icons indicate the status of the power tool and, when tapped, open quick access menus of power tool options. 11
12 Power Tool Windows Mobile 5.0 Dolphins 7850/7900/9500 Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition Windows CE 5.0 Windows CE 5.0 Dolphins 7900/9500 Dolphin 7600 Image Kiosk 8560/8570 AutoInstall Autorun BattMon DeviceConfig EZConfig: EZConfig Editor EZConfig Client EZMenu HotKeys Keyboard Status Network Utilities: IPConfig Ping Route WiFi Status Backup Radio Settings Restore Radio Settings NoSIP RASMan Reboot Registry Power Tools: RegBackup RegEdit RegRestore ScanWedge SetRAM Suspend SysInfo 12
13 Specifications ile Computers All Configurations of the: Dolphin 7600 Dolphin 7850 Dolphin 7900 Dolphin 9500 Image Kiosk 8560/8570 To deploy configuration files via bar code, the device must have an imager that can decode 2D bar codes. Upgrades Power Tools are updated regularly and the latest version can be downloaded to the PC from the web site:. Power Tools are updated regularly and the latest version can be downloaded to the PC from the web site:. Software Requirements for Power Tools on the Device: Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition Software for Pocket PCs Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Software Requirements for EZConfig on the Workstation: Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows NT Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 Microsoft ActiveSync 3.7 or higher Communication Requirements for Microsoft ActiveSync A Microsoft ActiveSync connection between the device and a host PC is required to install Power Tools to the device initially. Use one of the following communication peripherals for ActiveSync communications: Dolphin HomeBase Dolphin MobileBase Dolphin Charge/Comm Cable Windows and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Worldwide Offices North America Skaneateles Falls, NY Tel: or, in North America: Carolinas Tel: or, in North America: Asia and the Pacific Rim Hong Kong Tel: Japan Tel: Shanghai Tel: Malaysia Tel: Latin America Naples, Florida Tel: Rio De Janeiro Tel: Mexico Tel: Europe, Middle East, and Africa Europe Tel: +31 (0) United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) Italy Tel: France Tel: +33 (0) Germany Tel: +49 (0) Spain Tel: Hand Held Products, Inc., ( Hand Held Products ) All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. Web Site Address: Due to Hand Held Products continuing product improvement programs, specifications and features herein are subject to change without notice. PWRTInfo Rev C 12/07
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