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    arbonne Guest

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    Hi, I am having a problem getting the Macromedia Breeze program to work. This is an online
    training program offered by my company. I can access it from the computers of friends, but not from any of the computers in my house. I can bring it up, but it stays in "buffering" mode. I have brand new computers. Mine is an HP xb2000 Notebook, with wireless internet access. Everything else works. this one program is my only sorespot. Any ideas? TIA arbonne

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
    Software Version:6.1

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    arbonne Guest

    Default Re: Macromedia Breeze

    Sorry. I do not know the software #. I clicked 6.1 by accident. arbonne

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    arbonne Guest

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    I do have the most up to date paid version, which I think is 6.5. arbonne

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    Default Re: Macromedia Breeze

    Have you given it internet server rights?
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    peter_ryce Guest

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    Try using this link to test your connection - it might highlight what is going wrong.
    https://admin.adobe.acrobat.com/comm...eting_test.htm
    For the best connection to a Breeze/Acrobat Connect
    meeting you should open port 1935 for outbound connections (you do not need to enable inbound connections - this gives you greater protection). If this port is not open Breeze/Acrobat Connect
    will attempt to connect over ports 80 or 443, but the performance will be a little slower.
    Good luck!

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