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This article describes how to use Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 on a Macintosh computer.
System requirementsTo use Live Meeting 2007 on a Macintosh computer, your computer must meet the minimum system requirements that are listed on the following Microsoft website:
Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 system requirements
Note If you experience any issues when you connect to a Live Meeting session through an SSL connection, and you are using a proxy server, there may be a configuration conflict between the proxy server and your Macintosh computer. Try to bypass the proxy server to connect directly to the Live Meeting session.
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To determine what version of Mac OS X is installed on your computer, follow these steps:
To check the Java version, follow these steps:
To open Java Preferences, type the following command, and then press Enter:
/Applications/Utilities/Java\ Preferences.app/Contents/MacOS/Java\ Preferences
To enable the Java Plug-in on Macintosh, follow these steps:
Attendee and presenter functionalityThe Live Meeting console provides full support for all attendee functions in a Live Meeting session. The Live Meeting console provides limited support for presenter functions. The following presenter functions are not supported:
RecordingsAlthough a presenter can create a recording of a meeting by using a Macintosh computer, currently Live Meeting recordings do not play correctly on a Macintosh computer. This is because the recordings use a media compression format that is incompatible with Windows Media Player 9 Series for Mac OS X.
Add-insThe Live Meeting Add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint is not available for PowerPoint for Mac.
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