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This blog post was authored by Austin Laugesen, a Program Manager on the Windows Phone team.
These are the steps you can take to implement no-quota (unthrottled) push notifications for your Windows Phone app using Microsoft Push Notification Services (MPNS). Implementing no-quota push notifications means that your app won’t be restricted by a daily limit of push notifications.
For more info about push notifications, see Push notifications for Windows Phone.
Hi, how about enterprise applications? We are building an enterprise application that using push notification. I don't think we need to publish the app on windows store. So how can we remove the "4 months" limited?
So step 5. What does this mean? Screen shots?
Confused by the different ways to do this.
Says to do this.
After the certificate has been uploaded, do the following steps to use the authenticated channel:
Set Service Name to the Common Name (CN) found in the certificate's Subject value.
Install the TLS certificate on your web service and enable HTTP client authentication.
Getting very confused about the correct course of action.
Actually, don't worry. I just found some documentation on the Azure portal that states you CAN'T do authenticated push notifications. Darn it :-)
Really useful information! Thanks for taking the trouble to document this. Do you have any links to docs on how to set up no-quota MPNS on Windows Azure Mobile Services? I've looked around the Azure portal and docs but can't see anything related to adding the certificate. Thanks!