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firstname.lastname@example.org posted a topic in General/WindowsTeam, Need Help. Windows 10. Dell 8910. Used Emby Theater last night fine watched my recorded shows etc... no issues. Went to open Emby Theater this morning and I get a "connection failure". So I go to the server machine and discover 2 things I have not had issue with before 1. Emby all the sudden can't connect to localhost and wont open the Emby dashboard (on the server machine) 2. There were 6 or 7 instance of Emby Server showing up in the system tray for some reason I have since tried everything in my limited repertoire to troubleshoot the problem Restarting Reinstal
I used MB2 until a few days ago which worked flawlessly. Now I upgraded to MB3 and installed server and client on the same machine. Most of the time when I try to connect to the dashboard by http://localhost:8096/mediabrowser/dashboard/index.html I get an error message saying connection is not possible. I opened all ports for the media browser in my windows firewall and I even tried to connect to the dashboard with the firewall switched off. I used google chrome, firefox and internet explorer. Nothing helped.
Florux posted a topic in MacOSHi, There are differences in the Media Browser Server depending on it being addressed through app.mediabrowser.tv or locally on localhost:8096/web. OSX version: 10.9.5 Media Browser Server: 3.0.5518.7 (and previous version(s)) Web Browser: Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox. No difference. It is very easily reproduced as simply using the different addresses to access it gives the different behaviour. So far I have found three differences: The settings menu has icons when accessing locally, no icons via app.mediabrowser.tv The setting menu has sync option when accessed locally
Please use this at your own discretion. I would suggest creating a copy of the mentioned file in this help document prior to making any changes. I accept no responsibility for any issues with your system after follow this guide. One very good point regarding UAC and users that choose to leave this on, that was brought up by @ was the following So Basically, if you cannot connect to mediabrowser dashboard through the icon in the system tray or you have to physically type your address and port into your browser to access the dashboard (such as http://192.168.1.79:8096/mediabrowser