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         • From: "jim sturtz" <jim@xxxxxxxxxxx>
         • Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 07:52:03 −0500

brian,

you are correct, when i re−entered it in the 'run' line (i had tried it from
the dos prompt) it worked fine.

followup to your initial fine work.

do you know how to have it automatically setup the issuing caller in desktop
share, and cede control, at the same time?

thanks.

jim


"Brian Sullivan" <briansullivan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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          On Thu, 9 Mar 2006 14:10:54 −0500, jim sturtz wrote:


                  we do remote support for some customers via a vpn connection over the

web.

                  it is somewhat slow. we could use remote to grab the user but need to
                  'show' things sometimes.

                  altho having the other user setup netmeeting isnt impossible it would be
                  handy to have an icon 'call support' which would

                  pseudocode conf 192.168.199.10 (example ip address)

                  and popup a request to us directly if we had netmeeting running

minimized.




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                                Re: command line netmeeting connection?

                 i read 'http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en−us;Q167097'
                 which is titled 'How to Start NetMeeting Conference from a Command Line'

and

                 it says

                 rundll32.exe msconf.dll,CallToProtocolHandler

server/email@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


                 that this would work.

                 further reading implies the email info is there to supply an address to

that

                 connection, and to use an ILS except if you are on a network where users

can

                 be addressed by ip.

                 we can address each other via ip thru the tunnel.

                 i tried rundll32.exe msconf.dll,CallToProtocolHandler

192.168.199.10


                 but that just gave me an error.


       What error? This works for me. It does pop up a request box saying
       "192.168.x.x is asking to join" that must be answered by clicking "OK"
       though.

       This assumes the target end is running NetMeeting expecting a normal call.



                 im not sure what is involved to setup with an ILS and see no need for it

if

                 in fact there is a way to somehow do it without one.




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                            Re: command line netmeeting connection?
      I don't think the lack of ILS is your problem so even though you could
      probably setup an ILS without much effort (assuming you have Win2000
      servers), I don't think it will help.


      −−
      Brian Sullivan
      Courses by Wire (http://www.coursesbywire.com)



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