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201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

Has anyone loaded Pc Anywhere on a 201i release 4.0? Do you see any problem?

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

it is genrally pre-loaded on server

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

it did not come pre-loaded.

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

No, you can't run PCAnywhere on those 201i servers running release 4.0 or 3.0.  Just can't handle it....

You'll need to use Remote Desktop instead.

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

Thanks sandyml,

Thats what I heard but could not find any doc's to prove it.

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

There is a product bulletin, 2005-026 I believe, that came out with 3.0.  Since then, I've seen it scattered around in other documentation.

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

Thanks again.

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

I believe there is also a bulletin about not being able to use remote desktop when connected via a dial-up modem. This pretty much leaves you with webex support for remote access to the desktop of a 201i.....

Hope this helps

RE: 201i Callpilot with PcAnywhere

I haven't really had much difficulty with dial-up for remote desktop.  There are specific instructions in that bulletin, though I found them a little corn-fusing...ended up having to doublecheck the doublespeak, so to speak...

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