I have not really played with that netmeeting feature, but the benefit of VNC is that it small and does not screw with your system level dll's. I have used pcanywhere and have found it to be slow and had it play to many nasty games with my system.
VNC is opensource and it is great and you can make your own improvments if you would like a feature that is not available. I use it as my X server instead of the one I bought for my win 2000 system when working with my Linux systems. It is lightspeed compared to the X server I payed good money for.
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