Using Windows Meeting Space

Windows Meeting Space is a program that facilitates the sharing of documents, images, and desktops among as many as 10 users in a peer-to-peer setting. Each of the meeting participants must be running Windows Vista. As Figure 11-12 shows, the first time each user runs Windows Meeting Space, he or she will be prompted to enable file replication and sign in to People Near Me. These steps require administrative credentials.

Your first use of Windows Meeting Space entails a firewall adjustment.

Figure 11-12. Your first use of Windows Meeting Space entails a firewall adjustment.

In the program’s opening screen, shown in Figure 11-13, you can either start a new meeting or join one in progress. If ...

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