Live Meeting

Unknown in 10.8

Some problems in 10.7

Live Meeting

Supports iCloud

Secured by Gatekeeper

Supports retina graphics

Live Meeting icon

Available on the Mac App Store
Not available on the Mac App Store

Fails to function in either Safari or Firefox. Safari error message says "Inactive Plug-in." Safari is looking for Apple Java 1.4.1 even though it is already installed.

Version Office 2011
Developer Microsoft
Status Unknown

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Can view, but not present. After changing the java setting as listed in the thread below.

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[ dave]daveAnonymous 28 Jul 2011 02:27

can view presentations with the latest version of chrome and safari. Needed to change the Java setting on the advanced tab to Enable - run with protections, no warnings. This allows you to view presentations. Presenting is still broken, error message says, HostForJava is a PowerPC application that is no longer supported.

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[ todd]toddtwwilso 02 Aug 2011 18:23

i have the exact same issue. would love to be able to find a workaround, perhaps something unix based?

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[ Shaun]ShaunAnonymous 07 Aug 2011 15:11

@dave is correct - this will allow viewing of presentations. Note: he means the java settings in /Applications/Utilities/Java Preferences (not Safari preferences..)

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[ Bill]BillAnonymous 09 Nov 2011 15:42

@dave Thanks for the info. It worked great for me.

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[ Manish]ManishAnonymous 16 Nov 2011 10:11

Any updates or workarounds that someone found on this?
I'm stumbled at the same issue.

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[ Scaryfast]ScaryfastAnonymous 10 Jan 2012 16:26

WORKS FOR ME!!! Thank you.

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[ Hemant]HemantAnonymous 14 Feb 2012 21:56

I changed java settings, but when I click on "Join the meeting" link in Outlook it does nothing. If I copy/paste the URL in safari and chrome I get message the it does not understand the protocol.

How can I make Safari and Chrome recognize the meet:/sip: protocols?

I have latest version of Java installed. How do I find out if HostForJava is installed?


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