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Using Microsoft Agent Online

Posted on 2004-08-16
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I would like to use Dreamweaver as my web development tool. Do I need VB script for uploading my microsoft agent files and how would I go about it? I am using VB.
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You will need to use VBScript to load your agent.  You have to have an ACF file somewhere on your website.  The best example is on Microsoft's own site.

Look at the html source, and copy the vbscript from the end of the page.  
http://www.microsoft.com/msagent/dev/code/TryMSAgent.asp

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