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    Posted: June 12 2014 at 4:58am
Has anyone out there successfully deployed Accuterm GUI applications on portable handheld scanners? If so, what make, model, etc.? As far as I know, the portable device must be running full-blown windows (not mobile, not CE, etc.). Thanks in advance
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We have not because all of our scanners use CE. We just run them as a terminal emulator and connect to mvBase through telnet.
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Does that mean the applications you run on them are text-based and not Accuterm GUI?
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I have used the motorola MC9090 scanners using Accuterm.

We connected to a windows server, through terminal services. Accuterm was installed on the windows server.

the added benefit of doing it this way, we got in-built redundancy. If the connection dropped out, when we reconnected our session was still active.
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Yes, our scanner software is text based. It is all we feel we need for what we use our scanners for (receiving, shipping and inventory). When I'm in a big box store and I see a scanner lying around I usually pick it up to see what the software looks like. Believe it or not, it is usually text screens.
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