Download Zebra / Motorola MZ 320 treiber windows 7 / 10
The following link illustrates a typical PEAP and WPA-PEAP setup using the Zebra Setup Utility, a Microsoft IAS radius server and a Symbol / Motorola Access Point. Please note that this example is an illustration only. Questions regarding the Microsoft IAS radius server should be directed to Microsoft and questions regarding the Symbol / Motorola access point should be directed to Motorola.
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Here is an example of a typical PEAP and WPA-PEAP setup using the Zebra Setup Utility, a Microsoft IAS radius server and a Symbol / Motorola Access Point Read More>>
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When I was developing for Windows Mobile I once tried to print to the Zebra MZ320 but could not quite get it going. The difficulty was in the sequence of commands (they use their own print language) that you have to send to the printer.
I managed to get the printek field s working straight away using timwils example code.
If it is Bluetooth then yes it CAN work but you just have to work out what to send to it.