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Hi,

I migrated a web application from a local (virtual) server running Windows Server 2003 to another local (virtual) server running Windows Server 2012 R2.
In our warehouse we do order picking with (non domain joined) pda's using this web application. The (motorola) pda's run Windows CE, and are connected to the network over wifi / wlan.

I can connect to the web application on the old server from the pda's, but I cannot connect to the web application on the new server. I cannot even connect to the default website on the new server.

I can connect to the web application on both the old and new servers, with normal domain joined PC's running Windows 7 and 10, and also with my iphone (safari browser).

So the question is, how do I get my pda's to connect to the web application on the new server?

Google has not been forthcoming, or I simply haven't been able to figure out the right search term.

Any help very much appreciated. Please let me know if I have left out pertinent information or if there might be a better forum for this question.

Regards,
Johan
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