Virtual Wi-Fi Access Point
Virtual-Wifi

Why do I need this?
Network security settings on most school networks and public wi-fi networks at hotels and conferences are the primary reason for screen mirroring not working. By setting up a Virtual Wi-Fi access point, you can enjoy screen mirroring even on restricted school or public networks.
When should I use it?
If your tablet and desktop or laptop are connected to the same wi-fi network or LAN but your tablet is unable to discover the Annotate Mirror Client as a valid mirroring stream receiver, it is most likely to be a network security setting interfering with the discovery. Setting up a virtual wi-fi access point can help enable screen mirroring on such networks.
How do I set up a Virtual Wi-Fi access point?
Login to the Annotate Mirror Client, then open the Settings dialog box, and navigate to the Virtual Wi-Fi Access Point tab. Click "Start my Virtual Wi-Fi Adapter" to initialize the service and then "Enable Access Point" to start the Virtual Wi-Fi access point. Connect your tablet to the Virtual Wi-Fi access point to enable screen mirroring and remote desktop.
Do I need an Internet Connection?
Yes, an internet connection is required on your laptop for the Annotate Mirror Client to download necessary codecs and authenticate your account privileges. You can connect to the internet using either the school or hotel's wifi connection, a separate wired LAN connection, a 3G USB dongle, or through another mobile hotspot.
Can I connect multiple devices to the Virtual Wi-Fi Access point?
Yes, you should be able to connect several devices to the Virtual Wi-Fi access point.
Will my tablet or other devices be able to access intenet through the Virtual Wi-Fi Access point?
Yes, internet access will be shared across all the devices that are connected to the Virtual Wi-Fi Access Point.
How can I know if my laptop support Virtual Wi-fi Access Point?
Open the Settings dialog box on the Annotate Mirror Client and navigate to the Virtual Wi-Fi Access Point tab. Under "Virtual Wi-Fi Settings", if the field "Is my computer supported" says "Yes", your computer supports this feature.
What are the system requirements?
Virtual Wi-Fi is currently supported only on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. Your laptop's Wi-Fi card must support wireless adapter virtualization to access this feature.
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