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This started to happen 7 days ago. I am running no fancy plugins and the server version 3.2.27.0 (I know it is not the latest but it works) has served me well. Attached is the log as well as a picture from the Dashboard.

 

I searched the forum and it looks like that there is a problem with the SSL connection. No idea what I need to do on my side. But any updates through the Dashboard seems to be impossible.

 

Please advise.

O2G

server-63655498727.txt

5a982c5c05f3a_CheckforApplicationUpdateF

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If you are that far behind on versions, you will need to re-install over the top of your current installation from the web site.  Be sure you get a new setup file.

 

There is an announcement out here about this for anyone on 3.2.36 or below.

 

Thanks.

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GitHub has updated their TLS requirements. You'll need to update to the latest version of emby server.

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What does that mean a new setup file? Any links or forum where to look for? We all know Murphy's law and somehow I am afraid that this will break something. I am running EMC plus Throgsoft's themes plus folder vision. Will my scanned Libraries undergo changes or will they be the same?

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You'll need to run the installer from the website on top of your existing version. Coming from a version that old you can probably expect a longer first library scan to adjust to changes.

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What does that mean a new setup file?

 

I just mean that when you click the download link for the setup on our website, make sure it actually downloads a new file and doesn't pull something from your browser cache.

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I just mean that when you click the download link for the setup on our website, make sure it actually downloads a new file and doesn't pull something from your browser cache.

Thanks for the explanation, since I have only downloaded the very first and initial setup and afterwards just updated from the Dashboard I am sure I will do fine as it has been almost a year.

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Well I am stuck. I downloaded the server setup.exe file, ran it as an administrator and then get this error message:

 

5a98a08beda22_Applicationblocked.jpg

 

Any idea why that is?

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Little dissapointed here about the installation process, one of the reasons I did not update was the many problems users posted about.

 

I had to modify the ClickOnce trust prompts to get this running from the Net.

 

EDIT:

On the other hand it did nicely inherit the libraries details and other specifics. Only regret I have, made screen shots of all my settings except Cover Art and I know I spent some time with it until I liked it.

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  • 3 months later...
RICHIEDA

Did this get solved?

 

I'm having the same problem -- whenever the "Check for Application Updates" or "Check for Plug In Updates" Scheduled Tasks run according to schedule, or manually, they fail.

 

I'm using version 3.4.1.0 on a Synology NAS.

 

Today's LOG is attached -- the end of the log shows the failed update attempts.  I was seeing errors in the Genre plug-in, so removed that yesterday - but still no luck...

 

Thank you for any help you can provide!

 

Rich

 

 

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skewed_stony

Hi,

 

I got the same error a long time. Shortly after my last update it works a short time, but the error came back.

Log is atteched.

 

pls help

 

THX

STonY

KODILog.txt

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Having same issue with Application and plugin updates failing. Attached server log.

 

Thanks,

Christopher

 

Hi, what exactly is failing? there's nothing obvious in this log. Thanks.

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Out going http communications are failing. This looks like some kind of network configuration problem in your environment.

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Looks like you're having a network problem reaching our admin domain, mb3admin.com. please make sure nothing is blocking your access to that. Thanks.

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Luke

5ecce7da0fc70_embyerror1.png

 

Hi there, this generally means something is blocking your connection, such as a firewall, security software, or VPN. Can you look into this?

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