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Veo Observer Hi, I think you are good in Veo Observer.I have Veo Observer too. I able to view pictures in LAN, but its a message when I try it from remote PC. The note: VeoNetCam ActiveX Control v2.071 download failed!! I swiched off all activeX blocks in IE7and firewalls swiched off too. Help! What can I do? Pgyuf from Hungary ps. You are a nice girl.=;-)

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SOURCE: VeoNetCam ActiveX Control v2.063 download

You may find some useful information here

http://dmitrybrant.com/2008/03/20/reviving-the-veo-observer

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