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  1. Hi all, Question, is there a way to fully automate the upgrade of the Windows EmBy server, so no human interaction is needed for a complete install? Thanks!
  2. Hello community, I have a huge question regarding my system I want to build. I am currently using a Fire TV Box (2nd Gen) as the client with my PC as the server. I'm the only user of the system, so there will be max. one client connected to the server. The problem: I don't want to power on my PC all the time when I want to watch something or even doing something simpler (e.g. just listening music through emby). What I seek: I want to have a emby server which has a low power consumption and is as silent as possible. The best solution for me would be a server which does turn off the discs (HDDs) when I'm not using emby, because I may not using emby for a couple of days or maybe even a week. In my knowledge I need transcoding, so the smallest solution -a Raspberry Pi 3 setup- will not work for me, right? What's about NAS systems like QNAP? Do you have any ideas or experience you can share with me? Thanks in advice! Greetings, Cluster
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