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Happy2Play

Unless it is a different server, I got login page from Windows 7 and 11 with domain and port that was in previous link.  It showed a valid ssl certificate.  FF and Edge.

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10 hours ago, Happy2Play said:

Unless it is a different server, I got login page from Windows 7 and 11 with domain and port that was in previous link.  It showed a valid ssl certificate.  FF and Edge.

You connected to his server, or are you saying you tested this on your own?

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7 minutes ago, Luke said:

You connected to his server, or are you saying you tested this on your own?

Connect to his server via the Domain/port that was in previous post.

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1 hour ago, Happy2Play said:

Connect to his server via the Domain/port that was in previous post.

By the time you tried connecting I probably had already restored to 4.7.1.0 with the custom bits Luke provided earlier.

If you think it's of value I could try to coordinate a time to test with it in the upgraded state but I can't imagine you are going to have any different results than I am.

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moviefan

@Luke I am pretty sure I tried that version. I think you sent me a direct message about it as well which I responded to.  It did not solve the issue so I ended up upgrading my system to Win10 this week.

Now I am just having the issue with editing metadata via the  web client causing the entire system to freeze for about 30s.

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