martes, 03 de mayo de 2011 2:18
I created a temporary directory to put some videos in while I messed around with their file names but after I deleted the directory, the videos still appear in the Remote Access "Browse Videos" section as unplayable files.
Is there a way to remove these? They're cluttering up the page.
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jueves, 05 de mayo de 2011 16:00
I have had similar issues, the only way I could resove was to delete the media player database and let it recreate it. The database is here C:\Users\MediaStreamingAdmin\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player\, then stop and start the media server from within the console to get it to rebuild.
Not really ideal but it worked for me.
- Propuesto como respuesta Masahiko SadaMVP sábado, 07 de mayo de 2011 15:33
viernes, 06 de mayo de 2011 3:16
Someone else in another thread proposed this solution but I can't seem to get the player library to rebuild after restarting the media server.
Do I need to do something else to get it to rebuild the database?
viernes, 06 de mayo de 2011 8:16Might need a reboot of the home server first so that media player starts again in the background
viernes, 06 de mayo de 2011 20:31ModeradorTry opening media player on the home server