IGNORE this STEP unless you are using HAMACHI
IF you are using Hamachi to create a secure and private network over the
Internet then you are probably doing so because you need a method of
requesting Remote Assistance which works behind routers whether wireless or not.
It is important for Hamachi to be running while you initiate the Assistance
request as well as when it is used for the assistance (by e-mail).
Ideally you will create one or more of your own private network and apply
strong passwords to it which you then communicate in a resonably secure
manner to the person(s) who is/are going to provide remote assistance.
Note that you MIGHT want to create more than one network because when two
users join your network they will be able to 'see' each other and one or both
of them may not want that to happen.
If the person who you want to provide assistance has a tiny but bright green
'blob' to the left of their nickname in Hamachi then you have a connection to
their PC which Remote Assitance can use - BUT BY E-MAIL ONLY as far as I
currently (2008) know.