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Microsoft SharedView screenshotsConnect with up to 15 people in various locations and get your pointacross by showing them what's on your display. Share, review, and updatedocuments with multiple people in real time. A Windows Live Id(passport, Hotmail, or Msn) is required to start sessions, but not tojoin sessions. See also Microsoft SharedView alternatives

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Microsoft Sharedview enables connecting with up to 15 people in various locations. Users can be invited to join a session by email or Im. They are able to communicate with each other by being able to view each other's diplays and control them. Also, handouts, or files, can be broadcast by one to all users. Creation of a session is done with Windows Live Id. Sharedview also offers integration into Microsoft Office apps and Windows Live Messenger.

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For example, in Microsoft Office Word, if tracked changes are turned on and another user is granted control and he or she changes the docs, those changes are tracked as being done by that user. Sharedview is partially ad-supported by advertisements from Live Search.

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Sharedview is alike to Windows Meeting Space, which is provided in Windows Vista. However, Windows Meeting Space supports ad hoc meetings, app sharing, file transfer, and easy messaging within a network and operates primarily inside the firewall, requiring It involvement (on both sides) to bridge firewalls. Microsoft Sharedview, in contrast, is developed for collaboration over the web. It operates via firewalls using Http if necessary. Sharedview also works on Windows Xp Solution Pack 2 and Windows Server 2003 Sp1 or later besides Windows Vista.

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