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== Questions ==
 
== Questions ==
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'''What is the Network Status Window?'''
 
'''What is the Network Status Window?'''
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== Answer ==
 
== Answer ==
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The MyHouse Network Status window shows you the current status of your remote connection and information about the commands being sent. The Network Status window automatically opens when you make a remote connection, and can also be accessed from the Tools Menu.
 
The MyHouse Network Status window shows you the current status of your remote connection and information about the commands being sent. The Network Status window automatically opens when you make a remote connection, and can also be accessed from the Tools Menu.
  
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You can start and stop a remote connection using the Connect/Disconnect button in Network status. You can also see which other users, if any, are connected.
 
You can start and stop a remote connection using the Connect/Disconnect button in Network status. You can also see which other users, if any, are connected.
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== Related Articles ==
 
== Related Articles ==
 
[[Setting Up Remote Users in MyHouse Online]]
 
[[Setting Up Remote Users in MyHouse Online]]
:Key Topics: user,remote,add,create,configure,password,access
 
:Relates to: CM15A, SW31A, SW32A, SW33A, SW34A
 
  
 
[[Troubleshooting Remote Connections in MyHouse Online]]
 
[[Troubleshooting Remote Connections in MyHouse Online]]
:Key Topics: myhouse,online,problem,trouble,troubleshoot,remote,access,user,client,service,port,firewall
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Sending E-mail with MyHouse Online]]
 
[[Sending E-mail with MyHouse Online]]
:Key Topics: myhouse,email,e-mail,macro,send,address
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Using The FTP Media Command]]
 
[[Using The FTP Media Command]]
:Key Topics: ftp,media,command,sw34a,myhouse
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[MyHouse E-mail Configuration]]
 
[[MyHouse E-mail Configuration]]
:Key Topics: e-mail,configuration,setup
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Using the Remote Connection]]
 
[[Using the Remote Connection]]
:Key Topics: sw34a, remote, connection, myhouse
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Setting Up User Configuration]]
 
[[Setting Up User Configuration]]
:Key Topics: myhouse, setup, user, configuration, sw34a
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Configuring MyHouse FTP Settings]]
 
[[Configuring MyHouse FTP Settings]]
:Key Topics: myhouse, ftp, settings, sw34a
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[MyHouse Dial-Up Settings]]
 
[[MyHouse Dial-Up Settings]]
:Key Topics: myhouse,dial,up,settings,modem
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Using the MyHouse Network Service Macro Command]]
 
[[Using the MyHouse Network Service Macro Command]]
:Key Topics: myhouse,network,service,macro
 
:Relates to: SW34A
 
  
 
[[Registering the MyHouse Plug-in]]
 
[[Registering the MyHouse Plug-in]]
:Key Topics: registering,myhouse,plug-in,sw34a,regcode
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:Relates to: SW34A
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[[Category:frequently asked questions]]
 
[[Category:frequently asked questions]]

Latest revision as of 01:18, 21 May 2014

Questions

What is the Network Status Window?

Answer

The MyHouse Network Status window shows you the current status of your remote connection and information about the commands being sent. The Network Status window automatically opens when you make a remote connection, and can also be accessed from the Tools Menu.

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You can start and stop a remote connection using the Connect/Disconnect button in Network status. You can also see which other users, if any, are connected.


Related Articles

Setting Up Remote Users in MyHouse Online

Troubleshooting Remote Connections in MyHouse Online

Sending E-mail with MyHouse Online

Using The FTP Media Command

MyHouse E-mail Configuration

Using the Remote Connection

Setting Up User Configuration

Configuring MyHouse FTP Settings

MyHouse Dial-Up Settings

Using the MyHouse Network Service Macro Command

Registering the MyHouse Plug-in