Regarding the Network Location provider basic initialization sequence

by sunil k » Mon, 16 Mar 2009 18:32:53 GMT


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 Sorry it is mistakenly i stated as  "Network provider *does* seems to launch
MASF
client , "  actually i meant *"Network provider does NOT seems to launch
MASF
client "
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