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Old 04-02-2008, 11:05 PM   #1
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Default Wireless home network setup on windows PCs, how do i connect a usb webcam to

I have a flawless network on two windows computer, one in my room and one in the kitchen. The webcam is connected to the kitchen computer. How can I add this webcam to the network so i can see what the webcam is seeing.

What I've tried is remote desktop. This method works however when the webcam previews is on, the connection lags and usually results in not responding errors.

I've tried using live messenger to see the webcam, this works however to get it working i need to use remote desktop to accept and connect the two connections on messenger. And if I log out of remote desktop, or another person logs in the connection ends....'

So is there a simpler way to connect the usb webcam to the network? Like using windows media player to stream the webcam? or wat??? thanks in advance....
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