Peer To Peer in Windows Vista

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Ernie Booth takes a look at peer to peer in Windows Vista.  Ravi Rao Program Manager of Peer to Peer explains why we will care about it and how Windows Vista applications will take advantage of peer to peer. 

The Windows Vista application Windows Collaboration is shown off along with a sample application that allows content to be hosted on the internet using peer to peer.

Peer to Peer concepts such as mesh networks, distributed computing, collaboration and serverless name resolution using PNRP (Peer Name Resolution Protocol) are explained.

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    zahadum
    why doesnt anyone do QA on these videos? try using quicktime for windows instead!
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    Ernie Booth
    I have tried it on a number of machines and it works on all of them.  Is anyone else having this problem?
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    Italia Lima

    Hi I just want to know what are some advantages and disadvantages of Vista when you do Peer to Peer Network?
    Thank you.
    Italia

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    Ian

    It is a shame that peer-to-peer in Windows Vista did not receive the adoption that it deserved.

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