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Hello, all Coming from the Plex world Secure Connections was easy to turn on (actually on by default). I am trying to determine if Emby has that on by default or what steps I might have to perform or if it's a non-issue. I am really hoping whatever is involved is pretty straight forward. When I (or a friend) is accessing my Emby server remotely I'd like to be reasonably secure. I liked that "no brainier" aspect to Plex. When I looked in the "Hosting" area of Emby server I saw a check box for requiring HTTPS (the equivalent of secure connects... maybe?) but it then asked me about Certs and stuff and I got lost. I'd rather not go to Plex for external access. I really think Emby is a superior product in many ways. Also, if there is a particular section of Emby (Guide/Site or etc) that really breaks down most of the security related data I'd appreciate. I'd like to be more knowledgeabe. What I've found in the forums is not really clear to me and seems to be spread all over the place. Thank You
Just wondering what the best option is when dealing with encrypted LiveTV cable? Been running WMC since the XP era for LiveTV and Kodi for the media library. For the past few months been exploring options and Emby seems like a great one source solution that is wife friendly. Would it be better to use Emby for WMC, pull media from server, and continue to run Live TV though WMC since I have encrypted Live TV? Or should I consider another option using ServerWMC as I understand the Emby Server along can’t decrypt encrypted LiveTV cable? Any incite would be great. Thanks.