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Collaborating with Windows Meeting Space

In previous versions of Windows, if you needed to remotely collaborate with other users by sharing a program or working together on a document, the tool of choice was Microsoft NetMeeting. Vista’s replacement for NetMeeting is an entirely new program: Windows Meeting Space. As in NetMeeting, you can use Windows Meeting Space to show a local program or document to any number of remote users and you can collaborate on a document with remote users. Windows Meeting Space uses several new Vista technologies, including Peer-to-Peer Networking, Distributed File System Replicator (DFSR), and People Near Me. The next few sections show you how Windows Meeting Space works.


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