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Checking for audio output on remote computer

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I'm using GoToAssist for the most part.
What I need to be able to do is to know if there's an audio output AT the remote computer.  Not sound of course, just signal at the audio out jack or something similar.

I'm NOT asking about hearing sound when logged into a remote computer!
It would be nice but not essential.

So what I think I'm looking for is something similar to a signal strength "meter" program that would be running on the remote computer.
I should think that the graphical displays that change shape and color with the audio would be a near cousin - but what I want is more like a meter.
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Thanks.  Thats perfect!  But I only get it to work on Windows 7.  How about XP?
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