Windows-rally meaning

A family of technologies from Microsoft for configuring and managing wired and wireless networks and discovering and employing services on the networks.Windows Connect Now (WCN)WCN is Microsoft's counterpart to Wi-Fi Protected Setup, which enables secure configuration settings to be transferred to new devices. See Windows Connect Now.Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD)Starting with Vista, Microsoft's LLTD protocol is used to generate a graphical map of the network. In order for XP computers to show up, an "LLTD responder" must be installed in each XP machine.Plug and Play Extensions (PnP-X)Starting with Vista, PnP-X enables the discovery of devices on the network in order to install their drivers. For example, after connecting to the network, users can discover a printer, install its driver and print from their laptops.Device Profile for Web Services (DPWS)DPWS is a subset of Web services protocols for describing, discovering, subscribing to and sending secure messages to Web services. See Web services and Web services protocols.
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