Peripheral/driver requirements for WEPOS compatibility



rowan.bradley@bigfoot.com
07-09-2005, 09:24 PM
Where do I find the information on how to design a peripheral and its
driver to comply with WEPOS (Windows Embedded for Post of Service), and
deliver all those plug'n'play benefits that MS is promoting?

Thanks - Rowan

KM
07-09-2005, 09:24 PM
Rowan,

I don't think WEPoS was officially released yet, was it?
I think you may have a better luck sending your questions to a WEPoS distributor.

KM,
www.bsquare.com

> Where do I find the information on how to design a peripheral and its
> driver to comply with WEPOS (Windows Embedded for Post of Service), and
> deliver all those plug'n'play benefits that MS is promoting?
>
> Thanks - Rowan

Jason Demeny (MS)
07-09-2005, 09:27 PM
Information on developing peripheral service objects ("drivers") for retail
peripherals can be found in the product documentation or on the MSDN library
at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/ccl/html/b27b3555-a40c-4726-9bd1-12f970c6414e.asp?frame=true

- Jason

"KM" wrote:

> Rowan,
>
> I don't think WEPoS was officially released yet, was it?
> I think you may have a better luck sending your questions to a WEPoS distributor.
>
> KM,
> www.bsquare.com
>
> > Where do I find the information on how to design a peripheral and its
> > driver to comply with WEPOS (Windows Embedded for Post of Service), and
> > deliver all those plug'n'play benefits that MS is promoting?
> >
> > Thanks - Rowan
>
>
>


Peripheral/driver requirements for WEPOS compatibility