actually i was surprised to see the MM Server for i read about the issues of Rhapsody and the Windows Media Server too. Then i remembered that some server software mimic to be a Windows Media Server. Dear developers? Is that the right guess?
Back to Kos' question. I didn't do nothing special. At least i can't remember
. I try to describe (draw) my MM settings:
x enable media sharing
x allow control of MM player via UpnP
enabled________Server Name________IP Port________Status
__ x___________ MM Server__________46250________running
Highlighting the running server under options i did x some of my collections, i did not touch the rest of the option pages. Before getting all to work i had to confirm the access in a tiny message window that popped up (only once).
I mentioned the use of the old controller CR 100 for in the Sonos forums the users tell about the CR 200 not to recognize other servers then those Sonos want to be recognized. A fact that may lead in losing my friendship
for Windows Media Server isn't good enough for my needs.
Greeting from Berlin
nothing but a bmf ....
Windows 7 Professional (64 Bit); MM 188.8.131.521 (lifetime licence);
iPod Classic, Sonos