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How to start a Desktop Stream We will email you a link to the ScreenConnect Client website: It will bring you to this page: We will give you a code used to join the session. This will likely be your first name. After you have typed the code in the b...
When you are in the Windows My Computer or Explorer program, you would think that you can see everything known about a file. Well, this is not always the case. If your version of Windows is not setup correctly, some critical information may be hidden on y...
Users have reported that a recent update in their Antivirus Suite is interfering with program installation. If you have Symantec Endpoint protection or related security software you may see the message below after you download a MicroSurvey file: 1. Pic...
QUESTION What does "64-bit" mean, is it really better than "32-bit", and how much better is it? ANSWER PART 1: THE QUICK-AND-DIRTY A 64-bit application can access and use more memory than a 32-bit application, and in a more efficient manner...
In 2008 MicroSurvey introduced a new way of licensing our software and an improved way of providing patches, updates and new features to our customers. We have been very pleased with the results of this change as it provides our customers with a stable...
MICROSOFT ACTIVESYNC 4.5 Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 is the latest ActiveSync software release for Windows Mobile-powered devices. Microsoft ActiveSync works only with Windows XP SP2 or earlier. Link: Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 (English) [1] MICROSOFT...
You can use Windows' Telnet Client to confirm whether or not communications are getting through to a specified server and port or not.If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, the Telnet Client is disabled by default.  You can enable it by going to Con...
If you are experiencing a problem installing your MicroSurvey product and have submitted a technical support ticket for assistance, your technical support representative may require an installation log that can be examined in order to debug the problem...