Tuesday, November 28 2006

Using Microsoft RTC API under Windows Vista

If you are developping an application base on the Microsoft RTC API, a big surprise is awaiting you with Windows Vista. The installation of the RTC API miserably failed, because of lack of privileges. The result is that the RTC side-by-side assemblies are not available, thus the application does not  […]

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Friday, April 14 2006

Microsoft RTC API, SIP proxy and port 5060

Question : How to make Microsoft RTC API send its SIP requests to a proxy that doesn't listen on port 5060 ? Answer : By default, the RTC stack uses the 5060 port to send its requests. That can be changed very easily. When getting the IRTCProfile object, use a server parameter that contains both the  […]

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