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HP iPAQ 100 Classic Handheld Series and HP iPAQ 200 Enterprise Handheld Series - How to Install and Use HP Enterprise Mobility Agent

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HP EMA (Enterprise Mobility Agent) will configure, download, and install different applications from the Internet on your HP iPAQ 100 Classic Handheld series and HP iPAQ 200 Enterprise Handheld series devices.
Once the EMA client software is installed, EMA initiates sessions with the server on a scheduled basis, requesting device updates. Communication and updates are accomplished using Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Device Management and Download protocols. OMA protocols require network connection for data exchange. When EMA is in session, the device may display an icon in the task bar or a notification window informing the user of the session in progress.
The following installation paths are possible with EMA:
  • The device contains a link to EMA in the programs menu, and the device has Internet connectivity. Clicking the EMA link initiates the EMA installation.
  • The device contains DM Loader, which is software that sends a message to the server to download and install EMA.
  • At the point of manufacture, the device is installed with EMA, and is bootstrapped to the EMM server. Upon first connection to the Internet, EMA will establish a session with the EMM server to check for updates.
  • At the point of manufacture, the device is installed with a plain EMA, which means that the device is not bootstrapped. The agent will contain the EMM server URL, and will contact the server to initiate the bootstrap process.

Details

Most iPAQs use the first installation path, in which an EMA link is available in the Programs menu. Once the user initiates the installation by clicking the EMA link, the following events occur:
  1. The iPAQ sends a message to the URL that links to the home server, which is hosting the EMA software file.
  2. The home server sends the EMA software file to the iPAQ. EMA is downloaded and installed on the device.
  3. After installation, EMA starts a session with the EMM server.
  4. The EMM server sends policy settings to tell the client how often to contact the server for updates. The schedule will indicate a frequency and time window for the agent to contact the server.
  5. According to the schedule, EMA starts a session with the server asking for available updates.
Installation requirements:
To install HP EMA, the following requirements must be met:
  • A network connection via WIFI or LAN
  • 200KB of available storage space to save the installation file
  • At least 10% battery capacity
Using the EMA client software:
Once the EMA client software is installed, EMA initiates sessions with the server on a scheduled basis, requesting device updates. Communication and updates are accomplished using Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Device Management, and Download protocols. OMA protocols require network connection for data exchange. When EMA is in session, the device may display an icon in the task bar or a notification window informing the user of the session in progress.

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