The roaming settings in Device Manager for Windows Mobile devices will generate the appropriate registry keys for a better control of the wireless communications costs while traveling abroad and using other mobile operator networks than your default mobile operator (for example, the name of the mobile operator stored on the SIM card of the mobile device). In roaming situations, when the device has a cellular connectivity setup, the device will connect to the server running Device Manager according the following settings:
Note: You can select more than one setting.
In the Deployment tab, you can also configure rule to avoid
deploying a specific package (say "XYZ") when roaming. In this case,
if the Block all cellular connections managed by Device
Manager option has been selected, all packages except "XYZ"
will still be deployed even in roaming situations.
In the Tunnel tab, a given application tunnel can be
forced to block all data traffic when roaming. For example, if the Block all cellular connections except the ones
managed by Device Manager option has been selected, the
"CRM_App" data traffic will still be blocked although it is managed
as a Device Manager tunnel.