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BBSecunia WebEx ad nauseum
Member 21st May, 2011 23:29
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I can't run the NEW PSI on my XP MCE 2005 SP2, I need a complete wipe and reinstall. But I'm sure the WebEx issue will still be there, even if SP3 installs.

XP 2005 MCE had little support, but a common problem is SP3. I've been trying to find what WebEx does for months, I found this WEBEX page which seems to provide information that might help others.

WebEx locations and uses are listed. I've not solved my issue yet, but it might help someone else. I tracked this WebEx link down from a Notre Dame University site about using Meeting Manager.

I hope it's OK to include the link below.

https://meetings.webex.com/mc0705l/meetingcenter/s...




Maurice Joyce RE: WebEx ad nauseum
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Have you checked the vendor site? There are uninstallers but unsure if they are for your version. Link here:

http://support.webex.com/SelfServiceWeb/SelfServic...

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BBSecunia RE: WebEx ad nauseum
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Hi Maurice,
Thank you for the link, I appreciate it. After reviewing everything on the page, I still am unable to determine which one would apply to my XP MCE 2005 (built on XP Pro).

I was able to find things to exclude, which was a great help. I hope you might leave this thread open for awhile, perhaps someone with the relatively rare system I have, might have a solution.

I had my computer custom built, I guess it's a Retail Version. I have the discs and the 2005 Rollup disc. My problem is finding what WebEX does in my system and can it be removed without rendering the system useless.

I do not use Messinger, any Social Sites, blogs, have never "attended a meeting", to my knowledge. WebEx could be native to the original program, or could have been installed without my knowledge or understanding by another program or service.

I have followed your suggestions in the past to solve other issues. The WebEx issues risk rating is scary, so I have to solve it.

Perhaps one the items on the page will be the answer, it helps a lot to know what could NOT involved be involved.

Thank you most sincerely for your help!
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Maurice Joyce RE: WebEx ad nauseum
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This thread will auto lock after 7 days so there is plenty of time for others to chip in & try to help U. I will do a bit more research as well.

EDIT:
If WebEx is showing as vulnerable what path does PSI give?

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Anthony Wells RE: WebEx ad nauseum
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Hi ,

You have not posted under a WebEx heading in the "Program" forum , so I do not know if you have had chance to trawl through the old threads dealing with your/related problem(s) , you are first and last in the list now :(( :-

http://secunia.com/community/forum/all_threads/?fo...

You might find a clue therein ; hope it is helpful.

Anthony

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