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Is it possible to have meetings that are browser-based with OCS 2007? Or do you have to use Live Meeting?
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Hi,

The only way is the use the LiveMeeting client.

R2 saw Microsoft bring in support for things like Desktop Sharing via CWA, but this did not extend to the Web Conferencing Aspects.

Adam
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You must have live meeting,

All what you can do from Web is to schedule the meeting if you dont want to use the Outlook add-in and have installed the  webschedular from resource kit

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Sure you can use CWA to initiate or join meetings, but the voice part must be from your phone or mobile, not through your PC
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