When you use the Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 Web client together with Windows Internet Explorer 8, you may experience one of the following problems.
When you try to join a meeting, you receive the following message:
Live Meeting Web Access does not support your current Internet browser on this platform. Please try using a supported browser.
We have detected that you have a Popup Blocker enabled for this browser. Please click on the "Re-enter Meeting" button below to launch Live Meeting Web Access.
You add a Web slide to a meeting. However, when the Web slide is presented, only a red X is viewable. Additionally, you receive the following error message:
Loading Java Applet Failed
When you click the Close (X) button to exit the Live Meeting 2007 Web client console, the console crashes. Additionally, you receive the following error message:
To work around these problems, use the workaround that is appropriate for the problem that you experience.
Workaround for problem 1
Temporarily allow pop-up windows. To do this, click the Information bar at the top of the Live Meeting 2007 Entry Page window, and then click Temporarily Allow Pop-ups.
Workaround for problem 2
Do not use the Preview Window feature. Instead, click to select the Bypass Web page Check check box before you click Create Web Page to directly upload the Web page.
Workaround for problem 3
Use a release of Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 that is earlier than Update 10. For more information about the earlier releases that are available for Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) 6, visit the following Sun Microsystems Web site:
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