Microsoft Windows CE 3.0  

Network Tracking

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MSMQ supports instant reconnection, called Network Tracking, when a network card has been inserted or a dial-up connection established. With Network Tracking, if a value "CETrackNetwork" is set to "Yes," there is an immediate reattempt to connect to all target computers. Effective with version 3.0 of Windows CE, the information that controls how MSMQ retries failed connections is stored in the registry. This allows you to control this retry schedule and defer connection attempts until LAN hardware is actually available. The following list describes registry values and their uses.