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  1. Hi folks, Just a quick error report here. I occasionally RDP into my HTPC that runs Emby Server / Emby Theater. Since Theater is set to run automatically on login, it opens in my remote session. It throws an unhandled exception report, pasted below. I'm sure having ET work in two instances on the same box is outside scope; but it probably makes sense to trap the error and exit more gracefully if possible. FYI the Win 10 pro box is running the standard RDP software, plus the RDP wrapper 1.6.1 if that makes any difference (it allows concurrent sessions). No biggy, just re
  2. One of the great features of MBS is the ability to manage the server from a browser and therefor not have to work on the host directly (anyone have a mouse, keyboard and monitor handy?). One feature that would be useful would be the ability to shutdown/restart the host itself. I don't have the server powered on 247, so the ability to shutdown the host from the dashboard with be advantageous. Another helpful feature would be to have an integrated VNC client (or similar) so you could launch a remote desktop session straight from the dashboard. This would go far in being able to manage the ho
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