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2000\02\28@152159 by Tim Hamel

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As I said before..it's called NetMeeting...it has a feature called
"Whiteboard" that allows just what you require.

Regards,

Tim Hamel


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2000\02\28@154446 by WF

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No! It's not this that i want...;(

Only a mirror of what the teacher is running on computer...

Miguel
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2000\02\28@161600 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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Not the whiteboard. You want to share the application that way everyone
sees what you have. The whiteboard will not show Word unless you capture in
the clipboard and paste to the whiteboard. You also need to set up a
netmeeting server for this.


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2000\02\28@162434 by RMS

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vnc - you can get it from http://www.orl.co.uk - its free, and has a view only
mode.

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> No! It's not this that i want...;(
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> Only a mirror of what the teacher is running on computer...
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> Miguel

2000\02\28@163841 by Lindsay Pallickal

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       If you have some sort of decent budget I'd recommend PCAnywhere
9.0 by Symantec. It supports conferencing with the option to allow
spectators to participate. The other advantage is that the latest version
has added support for multicast. Normally, updates to your desktop are
sent to every user connected. If 20 machines are connected, each is sent
separate copies of the same information whenver your display changes. If
the bandwidth required for updating a single user's mirror of your display
averages 50k/sec, a 10 mbit ethernet segment can easily become
saturated. Multicasting sends one copy of the data to a general address on
the network, rather than a copy addressed to each requesting machine. The
machines know to pick up screen updates from the general multicast address
and loads of bandwidth is saved. PCAnywhere is also heavily optimized so
it only sends minimal data across the connection, compressing vast
graphical changes into simple commands. I have been able to control remote
PCs quite easily even over a 56k modem connection. I haven't used software
like netmeeting, but PCAnywhere seemed ideal for what you wanted to do,
short of a hardware solution. Hope this helps.

Lindsay

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2000\02\28@200719 by Anonymous

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Hi,

Try Remote Desktop32 from mcafee.com or PCANYWHERE from norton.com.

Regards,

Anonymous.

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2000\02\29@011524 by Maverick

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<x-flowed>At 05:42 PM 2/28/2000 -0300, you wrote:
>No! It's not this that i want...;(
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>Only a mirror of what the teacher is running on computer...

Sorry about continuing off-topic posts, but seeing a few replies figured
there might be others interested in the same subject.

Personally, I'd recommend VNC - Virtual Network Computing - It's free,
works well, and can be used for interactive use as well as simply mirroring
what's going on on a master computer.   To use for demo purposes only, you
simply log all the clients in to a server that has "remote keyboard and
mouse functions disabled" - this will prevent any student from interfering
with the server, and yet they'll get an image of whatever's going on on the
master screen to look at.

VNC can be obtained at:

http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/

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2000\02\29@112946 by WF

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Thank you very much!

I had contacted Symantec...but first, i will test this Software...

Thanks again! Good choice!

Miguel
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2000\02\29@123440 by Herbert Graf

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> No! It's not this that i want...;(
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> Only a mirror of what the teacher is running on computer...

   Yes it is, have you ever used Netmeeting? Aside from the audio stuff you
can "share" any application with the other people in your call, they see
your screen, everything you do and the movement of your mouse. You can even
grant them control of the application you are using, although that is not
what you want and by default remote control is NOT enabled. I suggest you
try the software before you say it is NOT what you want. TTYL


'[OT] COMPUTER NETWORK'
2000\03\02@100643 by WF
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Thanks for all that help me: Lindsay, Wagner, Bill, Herbert, etc...

I think that problem is resolved...

Miguel Wisintainer

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