Meeting Space for Windows® XP
Usability of Windows® Meeting Space for Windows® XP based computers
Windows® Meeting Space is one of the new features for computers running on the Windows® XP operating system. This feature allows the users to create a secure session to share files, documents and applications. These sessions can be established over wireless or wired networks, and even between the two remote hosts without the need of any access point. Unlimited number of hosts can participate in these sessions, which should be running on the Windows® XP OS.
This article will guide you through installation and usage of Windows® Meeting Space for XP.
- Applications of Windows® Meeting Space for XP
- Installing Windows® Meeting Space for XP
- Using Windows® Meeting Space
Applications of Windows® Meeting Space for XP
The features of Windows® Meeting Space make use of the technology of peer-to-peer and sets up the ad-hoc network automatically if no existing network is found. This feature proves to be of great help in conference rooms, favorite hot spots and places where networks do not exist. The users can join meetings that other people have set up or they can also start new meetings and invite people so that they can join it. The feature proves to be of great help for small, medium and large business owners, early adopters, IT analysts and planners, security architects and personnel who are dedicated to troubleshoot Windows® XP related problems.
Installing Windows® Meeting Space for XP
Windows Vista® computers come equipped with the Windows® Meeting Space feature. But if you are running your computer on Windows® XP operating system, then you can install the feature from the Internet or through a hardware device like a CD. You must make sure that the source you are using to install the feature is reputed and reliable one.
In order to find this great feature, you should go to the ‘Start’ menu and click on the ‘All Programs’ button. If you are using the feature for the first time, then you will be asked to start certain services and open Firewall exceptions on your computer. In order to start up a new meeting, you will need to create a user name and password so that no other user can misuse your Windows® Meeting Space. You will also need to allow other users to access your meeting space so that they can join it. If you want to join meeting spaces started by other people, then you will need to receive an invitation from them which means that they are ready to welcome you in their meeting space. Nobody can enter into a meeting space unless they have received an invitation from the starter.