What does NetMeeting mean? NetMeeting was a popular audio/video conferencing and
) Application installed in Microsoft Windows versions 95 OSR2 to Windows XP was included. NetMeeting was replaced by Windows Meeting Space when Windows Vista was released.
Microsoft NetMeeting is a discontinued VoIP and multipoint video conferencing client included with many versions of Microsoft Windows (from Windows 95 OSR2 to Windows Vista).
NetMeeting is not included with Windows 7; it’s now called Microsoft SharedView (who comes up with those names?). There is a small download that needs to be installed on each computer wishing to join the meeting. Up to 15 participants are allowed and this program works on Windows 7, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2003 machines.
To start a Net Meeting session, go to the start menu and select Run. From there, type conf and click Ok. Click the Phone button and enter the IP address of the device you want to communicate with. When using Net Meeting, users can choose to stream video immediately when a call begins.
Microsoft is retiring its six-year-old online conferencing application, NetMeeting, and will instead push Office Live Meeting, formerly known as PlaceWare, for online meetings.
NetMeeting is the Internet’s first real-time communication client that supports international conferencing standards and offers true multi-user application sharing and data conferencing capabilities.