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Desktop Sharing in Netmeeting in Windows2003 Server

Posted on 2006-11-06
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Hi,

We have many Windows2003 server in our organisation. But when we use netmeeting on any server Windows 2003 server, i cant use share option in it. The share button is greyed. I have checked no group policy is applied to restrict this. This is by default in every Win2K3 server. Checked the experts-exchange thorougly and found many queries like this but no proper reply. Pls let me know how to enable sharing in net meeting in windows2003.

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by:Netman66
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What are you attempting to do?

If you just want to share the console session there is another way.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278845
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by:STNoida
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I login the server through terminal services and try to share its desktop through netmeeting. But the sharing button is disbaled in netmeeting when i use terminal services. Is there any way to share the desktop in netmeeting.
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by:Netman66
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You can share desktops with Netmeeting, but I'm pretty sure you can't do it in a TS session.

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by:STNoida
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Thats true that i can share desktop but not in TS session. But i want this option enable in the TS session. Can it be done by changing some registry settings?
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I don't think this is possible without 3rd party software.

This is one such piece of software:

http://www.gatherplace.net/gp/index.jsp;jsessionid=14DA35B39ED0284E42E7AA1BF3F28053

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