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palm pilot desktop and networking can it be done?

palm pilot desktop and networking can it be done?

palm pilot desktop and networking can it be done?

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i have 4+ systems on my network, my palm pilot m505 is plugged into the cradle of my main computer next 2 my bed. i thought i could hotsync from there to my other palm desktops on the network but can't get that working. it will sync to the main computer but only that one! i assume i select network in hotsync on the remote comouter i want to sync with and under network set that computer as the primary pc for performing a network hotsync operation. tcp/ip shows the primary pc's address but it never syncs.
i have the computer where the USB crade de-selected as the primary  pc for performing a network hotsyc  wha the heck am i missing? if i remember correctly i did this a year ago but unsure.
any help/info is appreciated. and thank you

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