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Help - need a socket forwarding component?


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Would be grateful for assistance. Using my mac to access a program in microsoft forefront unified account - part of the programme is asking that I instal a 'socket forwarding component' on my computer.

What is this? Anyone know how I do this?

Feedback would be REALLY appreciated - either that or I have to lug about a Dell laptop instead of just having to take my no trouble, no weight MacBook Pro.

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