Windows Meeting Space, the new collaboration feature in Windows Vista, is a simple yet powerful tool that enables you to work face-to-face with small groups of Windows Vista users.
Kevin Remde speaks with Todd Manion, a Program Manger for the Windows Networking Division about how Windows Meeting Space allows you to easily share programs, your desktop, or files with other Meeting Space participants.
He also talks about the supporting architecture, how you can use Group Policy controls to configure it, security features, and troubleshooting tips.
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Kevin Remde – IT Pro Evangelist
Todd Manion – Todd Manion is a Sr. Program Manager in the Windows Networking Division. Todd was responsible for the Windows Meeting Space and wireless projector experiences in Windows Vista. Before this, Todd also worked on the Windows Peer to Peer Networking stack.