Sharing Multiple Screens in Webex
I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.

Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.

Thanks!
Jeff
I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.



Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.



Thanks!

Jeff

#1
Posted 08/19/2010 06:08 PM   
I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.

Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.

Thanks!
Jeff
I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.



Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.



Thanks!

Jeff

#2
Posted 08/19/2010 06:08 PM   
One clarification. We are running Windows 7 64 Bit. My colleagues PC is on XP. Could this be the difference?

Thanks Again
Jeff


[quote name='Jeff CH' post='1106193' date='Aug 19 2010, 08:08 PM']I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.

Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.

Thanks!
Jeff[/quote]
One clarification. We are running Windows 7 64 Bit. My colleagues PC is on XP. Could this be the difference?



Thanks Again

Jeff





[quote name='Jeff CH' post='1106193' date='Aug 19 2010, 08:08 PM']I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.



Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.



Thanks!

Jeff

#3
Posted 08/20/2010 12:27 PM   
One clarification. We are running Windows 7 64 Bit. My colleagues PC is on XP. Could this be the difference?

Thanks Again
Jeff


[quote name='Jeff CH' post='1106193' date='Aug 19 2010, 08:08 PM']I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.

Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.

Thanks!
Jeff[/quote]
One clarification. We are running Windows 7 64 Bit. My colleagues PC is on XP. Could this be the difference?



Thanks Again

Jeff





[quote name='Jeff CH' post='1106193' date='Aug 19 2010, 08:08 PM']I have 3 High Def Screens hooked up to my NVIDIA Quadro NVS 450 and its working perfectly in extended dsktop mode. However, when I try to share my desktop over Webex with a colleague who has an identical setup, Webex only shares the center screen. It turns out Webex is only capable of sharing the primary display. My colleagues PC was setup (different graphics card) to have the PC operate as if all 3 screens were the primary one. We couldn't figure out a way to do this from the NVIDIA Control Panel.



Any suggestions on what might work. I have colleagues in several countries and we were counting on having a webex link.



Thanks!

Jeff

#4
Posted 08/20/2010 12:27 PM   
Are you trying to share multiple monitors or screens? I would recommend deploying on premise web conferencing appliances from RHUB. The system allows you to select one or all monitors to show to your attendees.
Are you trying to share multiple monitors or screens? I would recommend deploying on premise web conferencing appliances from RHUB. The system allows you to select one or all monitors to show to your attendees.

#5
Posted 08/01/2013 11:55 AM   
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