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If this is a update to a previous download, you may want to un-install the previous version and then install the new one. Otherwise, when you download and run it, you may wish to change the install to a different folder (such as temp).
Step A: Clear all message from the GMail Trash folder by selecting "Empty Trash Now"
B: Open the Sent Mails folder and choose Select All. You'll now see a
new link saying "Select all n conversations in Sent Mail" - Click that.
Step C: Select the "More Actions" drop-down and apply a new unique label like "WorkUnderProgress"
D: Select the "More Actions" drop-down again and choose Delete action
this time [Don't be scared, logically we are just moving email from one
folder to another]
Step E: Start Microsoft Outlook (or Thunderbird or Apple Mail), setup the POP configuration and start downloading your GMail locally. The items in Trash section of your GMail account won't be downloaded.
F: Once the download is complete, goto the GMail Trash folder and
select all messages. Click the "Move to Inbox" button (be careful not to
press the Delete Forever which is just next)
Step G: Goto the
WorkUnderProgress folder, select all messages and click the Archive
Button. Then from the drop down, choose Remove Label -
Dec 10, 2009- This directly from a Citrix support tech. Seemed to work for our situation: The issue seems to be related to a Windows Security Update. Our engineers are working on this. Can I get you to ask your client to try the following: After clicking the link to join your meeting. Select the option to manually download the software and save the executable somewhere you can find it easily. Most people prefer to save the file to their desktop. Next, right click on the icon and select ?Run As?? Finally, DESELECT the option to ?Protect my computer from unauthorized program activity.? And select OK. You should be able to connect into the meeting.
I have this same problem. Its not an issue of permissions as neither my user who has Administrator rights locally and my domain admin account get the same message. I also tried deleting the GoToMeeting folder outright and still get the same error. (although it does re-create the folder for me)
I am a Vista user and did have the same issue, so here what I did in order not to have this annoying error (I am not sure what action specifically did the trick):
1) Did it via Firefox (make sure you have the latest one);
2) Go to java.com and install the latest java update;
3) Go to gotomeeting.com->Login->re-install software->download manually and save g2m_download.exe file;
4) Now do Unblock and Apply in g2m_download.exe file property General tab;
5) Then Vista users need to disable UAC, I suppose this is the same as "Uncheck the “Protect my computer …”" (Go to "Control Panel" and type "UAC" into the search box. This will bring up the link: "Turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off." Click it. Uncheck the box next to "Use UAC to help protect my computer" then click OK. Restart.);
6) After restart right click on g2m_download.exe and "run as administrator".
My computer meets all the minimum system requirements but when I try to download the LeapFrog Connect Application, I receive the error message "Your computer must meet minimum required System Configuration"
Please make sure your monitor resolution is set at 1024 X 768 pixels or higher and then try to download the application again.