Is there a way to connect this camera directly to Windows 7 desktop and then use it with the Jabber client. The camera came with the 9951 phone. I would rather connect the camera to my XP / Win7 PCs and use the Jabber client for video. So far I can't get the OS to detect the camera. Also I can't find any drivers.
Actually the camera is shipped with a LCD monitor mount and standard USB cable. The camera is made to be attached to the phone or computer monitor. I already have 150 of these cameras that Cisco included for free with the 9951 phones. They now charge for the camera. I was just looking for a better way to utilize these cameras with some type of Unified Communications Client.
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