Excellent job. I've been reading Prosise's articles since the mid '90s, and he still kicks butt.
Jeff Prosise, Peter Norton (from the MS DOS days), Paul DiLascia, Matt Pietrek, Mark Russinovich, Jeffrey Richter, and of course Charles Petzold are the required reading for Windows programmers ... PERIOD
Ok - when I'm less spaced - this is something that gets printed off for morning..
However - if you are still answering questions on the subject - I have two instances of 'Aparment' running in Regedi that both call mobsync.exe.. I have disabled mobsync (again) after installing new Lotus Approach..
What I'm wondering is if there is any good reason to have a mobsync call embedded with apartment on W2K?
Everything still seems to operate correctly - although I get an a harmless rasctrs error in application log on boot..
My take is that at least one of them is associated with Norton anti-virus - but until I can absorb your article - and even then - I'd like to understand how mobsync would be useful in an apartment registry entry..