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Windows firewall is disabled. Jean-Luc Chatelain Guest Hi Environment is Vista Business and Vista Enterprise 32bits with KB installed for Netmeeting 3.02 I have a strange problem where after installation of Netmeeting 3.02, I am http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/637/ You may also want to user CurrPorts free and start Netmeeting in client mode and see what ports may be used, if other than the ones listed by the FW I'd guess this would force windows to look through its memory distribution again? http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-with-net.html

She > > also tried to fine the "option" and tried to enable the "send video" > > but this item was dimmed out.. You must demonstrate the error of its ways with a large blunt object or a small, exploding one. SP1 is due out any year now. It does just what it says, and will check your current system files against a known good catalog. http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/3837-netmeeting-replacement-windows-7-a.html

need help with web cam and netmeeting 10. And after using nlite to lessen the pain of updating the OS. We didn't expect this problem with our previous version. 05/01/2011 13:34 wusel42 199 posts Re: Graphics Problem with SwxyIt under XP(Germany) Try switching off Application Sharing (Settings\User Profile, Tab General). Any idea (1) What would > > prevent > > Netmeeting from calling-out (2) How to trace Netmeeting calls (logfile?) > > > > Regards and thanks in advance, > >

Report • Start a discussion Related Solutions› [Solved] how do I solve a waiting for cache error in chrome › [Solved] Looking for a free asf file converter › [Solved] How I recommend uninstalling your video drivers, deleting all the keys except for the VgaSave key {23A77BF7-ED96-40EC-AF06-9B1F4867732A} and rebooting. Web Cam Problems. I'm not so lucky, at least on my home PC.

Small-dimensioned video files play OK as long as they don't have to be scaled to a higher resolution; scale 'em up and the frame rate dives as the CPU begs for Log in to Reply Nogami Says: 8 August 2007 at 6:04 am Hmm... And, the last option on the Microsoft page: I created a new user account. I work for an electric cooperative in NE Arkansas and there are several reasons why that would probably never happen.

It won't work if you used n-lite to make yourself a custom install image and disabled digital signatures or something like that... Web Extensions WebCDR for SwyxWare SwyxPEDIA General SwyxWare Configuration SwyxIt! Windows firewall is disabled. It is weird but under Vista (not true on XP) you have to go to options/security and check the 2 boxes that says that you prefer secure connection for incoming or

It really is amazing how helpful some MS insiders can be, even if their fixes are a bit like the 'open all the windows, then close them' joke. https://books.google.com/books?id=QxAEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA38&lpg=PA38&dq=Weird+problem+with+NETMEETING+and+XP&source=bl&ots=MJF_ILbqnv&sig=AaBsygYAXEGhUF4Ezi2NxAKOA1E&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjwk_zn9-3RAhUBxSYKHdFWBUoQ6AEINTAE Forum Status Please note that this is not an official support forum of Swyx Solutions AG, but instead a privately owned and driven website. Forum Help Important News Contrary to > popular belief, a lot still works on a meeting hosted by a Vista > Netmeeting. > > To summarize the various questions: > > 1. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

I did solve my original issue. http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-with-xp.html What I like about Netmeeting is it is very easy to set up RDS when I get a new Windows XP (we haven't made the move to Vista) workstation ready to Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Newsgroup Archive Vista Newsgroups Vista General Netmeeting 3.02 problem Jan Page 1 of 1 Previous Next ForumsSwyxWare ClientGeneralGraphics Problem with SwxyIt under XP Forum Policy The discussion forums at Swyx Forum are dedicated to the

And then turned it back on again. Anybody knows if Netmeeting hides some logfile somewhere? No, create an account now. http://internetpasswordpro.com/weird-problem/weird-problem-please-help.html Log in to Reply Bruce Says: 7 August 2007 at 10:45 am Ain't karma a bitch.

You have the scenario correct. Configure your programs so that they store their data on D: (e.g., Thunderbird's mail folders) 5. I've tried setting it to None and then back to Full, too.) I've tried the weird-sounding suggestion to enable, then disable, Remote Desktop Sharing in Microsoft NetMeeting, because the sharing feature

It could be a firewall blocking or the host on the other end is only accepting a secured call.

and therealbarton - buy ac? Does Netmeeting work in Win7? (Never used it) No it doesn't, nor does the "Vista compatible" version of Netmeeting. To summarize the various questions: 1. Can anybody tell me where this behavior comes from and possibly what I can do to circument it?

Log in to Reply supagold Says: 8 August 2007 at 2:19 am I'm going to place another vote in favor of trying System Restore. Log in to Reply m56 Says: 7 August 2007 at 7:06 pm Though I agree that the card pretty much can't be defective; I second the motion to swap cards, check But I don't think you've ever mentioned n-lite so that probably won't be a problem. have a peek here I can host a netmeeting under Vista for application sharing works like a charm (I have no use for desktop sharing).

This problem started to happen when Checkpoint Firewall was implemented in our network, but our Network Admin insists that it shouldn't be the issue because we cannot establish a connection even Contrary to popular belief, a lot still works on a meeting hosted by a Vista Netmeeting. I think it is a rights issue but I cannot figure out how to correct it. Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More...

You might also consider creating a disk image once you get everything working and reinstalled, even including all your assuredly multitudinous applications. any idea why is that?? To me Win7 is a much less bloated OS than Vista and is very stable here. Log in to Reply mstromb Says: 8 August 2007 at 5:01 pm I guess your video card problem is solved-ish at this point, but there's one thing you might try to