Mesmotronic Multiuser Server 2.5 makes it even easier to add push data and real-time interactivity to you Flash, Flex and AIR applications by enabling ActionScript developers to build client and server functionality using nothing more than their existing knowledge and an easy-to-use ActionScript 3 API.
Watch this space for further announcements.
The latest update to Mesmotronic Multiuser Server 2 includes a number of technical updates to resolve theorectical, but never experienced, issues with Windows 7 and adds timestamps and the ability to remember your username/password in the admin console.
Unlike the various desktop editions of Windows (XP, Vista and 7), you can’t simply an exception to the Windows Firewall settings or wait for the access dialogue to appear. Instead, you’ll need to update the Local Security Settings by running “secpol.msc /s” from the command line or Run… option on the Start menu; by default, Mesmotronic Multiuser Server uses port 2040 for applications and 2080 for administration.
The next step is to make the Admin Console available remotely by creating a virtual directory on one of your websites which points to the admin folder in the Mesmotronic Multiuser Server installation directory:
Finally, you should change the admin password, “password” by default, by opening the admin console in a web browser and selecting the Configuration tab.
And that’s all there is to it.
There’s more information about how to configure Mesmotronic Multiuser Server here and if you don’t already have a server, there are a wide range of options available here.