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Sorry for posting here,
 
but this didn't work with me, i tried to access the URL from the same computer that is running MC 12, it worked, but when i tried to access it from another computer that is on the same Network "my home network", it didn't work.
 
 
any one can help please ????
 

Revision as of 12:13, 20 June 2008

Remote Server starts a Web Server that can be used to control Media Center from another device running a web browser.

How does Remote Server differ from Library Server?

Example

Media Center is playing on your home stereo in the living room. You are working on your laptop or your Pocket PC in the kitchen, and decide you want to listen to a different playlist, increase the volume, or skip to the next track. You do not have to go to the living room computer; you can control playback from your laptop via the Web.

To enable Remote Server:

  1. On the main Media Center computer, go to Tools > Options > Startup > Run Remote Server.
  2. The default port is set to 80. Click on the entry to change it.

To access Media Center from another computer, open a web browser and type http://yourMediaCenterPCsName:theAssignedPortNumber Example: http://livingroomPC:80


Remote Server is not password protected.