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Internet Session dialog

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 11, 2016

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The Internet Session dialog allows you to open an Internet Session and control how you interact with the end user's computer. In the File menu, select Invite user to join remote session... to open the Internet Session dialog. See Internet Session Properties for more information.

After the Internet Session is open, another dialog displays the current status of the Internet Session and the steps you and the End User must take so that the End User can also join the session.

If you have an email client on the computer running the Mini Remote Control application, you can click the E-mail details button to send the Internet Session Link and instructions to the End User.

If you do not have an email client, click Copy details to Clipboard or copy the session link, and communicate the Internet Session Link to the End User. If the Mini Remote Control client agent is not installed on the End User's computer, it must be downloaded to successfully join the Internet Session. The End User can also download an Internet Session specific client agent.

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