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    Using WebEx Clients (Deploying the client sensibly)

    Apparantly Microlibrarian do a lot of free training via WebEx but I cannot find an easy way to install the client controls.

    As far as I can see, an ActiveX control is required and possibly something else.

    Does anybody know anything about this?

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    Re: Using WebEx Clients (Deploying the client sensibly)

    How are you installing the controls? Simply joining a meeting should do it for you! I am sure that it all worked quite easily, and i am on FireFox (thus no ActiveX).

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    Re: Using WebEx Clients (Deploying the client sensibly)

    @Martin: Users do not have permission to install ActiveX controls (for obvious reasons) and they do not have access to a different browser since I haven't locked Firefox down suitably yet.

    @ajbritton: I installed the package that the links suggest but it didn't seem to make any difference :?

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    Re: Using WebEx Clients (Deploying the client sensibly)

    Ric,

    have you managed to get things working?

    I have looked at my configuration, and IE has a Browser Extension for "Start WebEx MeetMeNow", which for some reason sits in my Firefox plugins folder. I can't see any references to plugins or extensions within Firefox itself though.

    However, bear in mind that i am configured to actually start a meeting (rather than just join one), so i am not sure exactly what gets downloaded when you simply connect.

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