Sunday, July 24, 2011 7:13 AM
Windows 7 does not have net meeting... Please suggest something for sharing screen for remote users...
Sunday, July 24, 2011 11:18 AM
NetMeeting isn't included in Windows 7; it's now called Microsoft SharedView (who thinks up these names?). There is a small download that needs to be installed on each machine wanting to join the meeting. Up to 15 participants are allowed, and this program works on Windows 7, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2003 machines.
Microsoft recommends using new applications such as Remote Desktop Connection, Remote Assistance, Windows Live Messenger and Microsoft Office Live Meeting in place of NetMeeting. To share the Desktop, Microsoft also released SharedView as a separate download. Here is the download link:
What happened to NetMeeting?
Microsoft NetMeeting is a feature of previous versions of Windows that is not available in this version of Windows. Instead, consider using Windows Meeting Space to collaborate with other people, share documents, and make presentations.
Open Windows Meeting Space by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Meeting Space.
If you want to collaborate with a small group of people, and everyone is using computers running this version of Windows, Windows Meeting Space is your best choice. It allows you to collaborate with up to ten other people on the Internet, a local network, or a wireless ad hoc network. If no network exists and you are all in the same room, Windows Meeting Space will set up an ad hoc network automatically
Sunday, July 24, 2011 11:22 AM
but, there is no direct replacement for NetMeeting (by design) for a nice utility.
Now there are substitutes, pay services and third party pay services. The old cloud is not free anymore.