My MS NetMeeting application keeps on failing

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I’ve been using the MS NetMeeting and I’m encountering some problem now. The session keeps on failing. What will happen if NetMeeting application keeps on failing?

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My MS NetMeeting application keeps on failing

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This tool provided by MS has some errors like it cannot properly handle some sort of stings which was sent on 1720 port. It may cause that your Central Processing Unit (CPU) busy to 100% at that event of attack and your session of NetMeeting would fail.

If your application of NetMeeting keeps on failing then it may that it is required for your application to restart to regain the proper functionality. Remote Desktop Sharing component which was included in this tool by default but now it is shipped with MS 2000 and by default this component is not enabled.

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My MS NetMeeting application keeps on failing

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Hello Dena,

It might be a problem in your Directory Server, follow this step to get rid of it.
 

  • Connect to your ISP. (Internet Service Provider)
  • Press Windows button and 'R' key together to open 'Run' window, then type telnet there, and click OK.
  • On the menu, click 'Remote System'.
  • In the Host Name box, type the name of directory server 
  • If you try to connect an ILS, type '389' in the Port box. Or if you try to connect to a ULS, type '522' and connect.
 
If the port is open, A connection has been established by Telnet.
But remember it won't notify you that a connection has been established. 
 
If the port is not open, a "Connect Failed" message is displayed, you have the option to disconnect.
 
Or this problem may arise due to a third party network sharing programs you have already installed in your PC. Remove the so called programs and check. 
 
Go to control panel, then go to 'Add or remove programs', Highlight any third party network sharing software and uninstall them. Reboot the pc and check for the session failure.

You can learn something about configuring and using NetMeeting from this eBook [http://staff.kfupm.edu.sa/ITC/shukoor/Windows%20Documentation/NetMeeting.pdf]

 
 
Hope this will help you!

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