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Windows Device Portal provides basic configuration and device management capabilities, in addition to advanced diagnostic tools to help you troubleshoot and view the real time performance of your Windows IoT Device.
Once connected to your local network, every Windows 10 IoT Core device will allow you to access these tools.
Connect your board to the internet
To get Windows Device Portal up and running, you first need to connect your device to your network. To do so, connect an Ethernet cable from your board into to your local network.
You can also launch Windows Device Portal tool from the Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard by clicking on the Open in Device Portal icon.
This tool is still in beta. Some of the features are untested or still being worked on.
The top toolbar allows you to shutdown, reboot and give feedback.
This section is coming soon! Stay tuned
Provides install/uninstall functionality for AppX packages and bundles on your device.
Note that Windows 10 IoT Core only allows you to have one app running in the foreground at a time.
Installing an app
Uninstalling an app
Deployment log The deployment log is a progress checklist indicating how far you are with deploying an app.
Much like the Task Manager on your PC, this section allows you to see which processes are currently running as well as the memory usage each are holding. Clicking the X next to a process terminates it.
Displays real-time diagnostics of CPU and I/O usage, and memory stats.
The debugging section is great for identifying problems within your application.
Type: State of the report upload to the windows error reporting service.
Event tracing for Windows.
More coming soon..
This section allows you to do record a trace log for CPU, disk usage and memory.
More details coming soon.
Enumerates all peripherals attached to your device.
Once your board is connected to the internet, the IP configuration section will allow you to view advanced network diagnostic information, such as your IP address, and the description of the connection.
Wi-Fi adapters are not currently supported. This will be coming soon.
Set the port:
Reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\IoT\webmanagement /v HttpPort /t REG_DWORD /d <your port number>
If you want to set the https port
Reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\IoT\webmanagement /v UseHttps /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
Reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\IoT\webmanagement /v HttpsPort /t REG_DWORD /d <your port number> /f
net stop webmanagement & net start webmanagement) it or rebooting the device.