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#1 Lh20 OFFLINE  

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Posted 27 November 2019 - 06:16 PM

Hello Everyone,

 

Relatively new to emby and loving the software and the community so far.  Was wondering however if anyone had any luck with the WHMCS module for emby?  I got my hands on it and installed it following the directions from https://www.modulesg...nowledgebase/1/ however I have been unable to create a new user through WHMCS.  When I try to accept the order I am given an error HTTPCODE: 0. Error:

 

Has anyone encountered this before?  Do you know how to solve it?  I am a newbie but am at least semi computer literate and would be able to follow a guide if one exists.  Appreciate everyone for their help...thank you!

 

 



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Posted 27 November 2019 - 06:25 PM

Hi there, what exactly is it supposed to do?



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Posted 27 November 2019 - 06:47 PM

Hey Luke!

 

Thanks for the super fast reply!  Its a module to handle account management.  Some of the key features are supposed to be (quoting right from their website)
 

  • Create Account: Account creation is managed automatically when an account is created in WHMCS then its created in Emby Server as well.The details will be automatically sent to client.
  • Emby Connect: Module supports Emby Connect invitation. You can manage this option from WHMCS admin.
  • Suspend Account: This module manages the suspension of an account on Emby server.
  • Unsuspend Account: This module manages the unsuspension of an account on Emby server.
  • Terminate Account: When an account is terminated in WHMCS due to unpaid invoice overdue or manual termination from admin then the account is also terminated from Emby Server and client receives the termination notification.
  • Changing Password: You can change the Emby server’s account password from WHMCS.

 

 

Ideally what this would mean for me is that I could have my friends/family sign up to my server without me having to spend the time to manually create each user.  Thank you!



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Posted 27 November 2019 - 06:50 PM

Maybe this is the developer?

https://emby.media/c...fault/?p=648537



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Posted 29 November 2019 - 10:26 PM

Thank you Luke,

 

I PMed him and hope to hear back soon!



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Posted 01 December 2019 - 07:40 PM

I know the module, used to use it myself now run a custom one, but I can probably help you set it up.

The instructions they give are wrong first off so I'll write out how I got it to work. Yes I did try to explain all this to them but they pretty much dropped all support for this and it hasn't been updated since January 2019.

 

Make a new server:

 

Step 1 Make a NEW Emby admin account with emby connect. ( this will be the "BOT" account )

Step 2 Make a database user with the SAME username and password as your Emby BOT ( first mistake in instructions )

Step 3 Hostname = your emby server ie 24.65.43.222:8096 NO HTTP!!

Step 4 IP Address actually is your Database I.P ( localhost ) this is where the instructions screw up again

Step 5 Down at the bottom of the page select EMBY for module and put in your BOT username/Password

 

Save and done:

 

In product select the emby module and assign the server you just added.

Any questions feel free to ask.


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Posted 03 December 2019 - 05:13 AM

I know the module, used to use it myself now run a custom one, but I can probably help you set it up.

The instructions they give are wrong first off so I'll write out how I got it to work. Yes I did try to explain all this to them but they pretty much dropped all support for this and it hasn't been updated since January 2019.

 

Make a new server:

 

Step 1 Make a NEW Emby admin account with emby connect. ( this will be the "BOT" account )

Step 2 Make a database user with the SAME username and password as your Emby BOT ( first mistake in instructions )

Step 3 Hostname = your emby server ie 24.65.43.222:8096 NO HTTP!!

Step 4 IP Address actually is your Database I.P ( localhost ) this is where the instructions screw up again

Step 5 Down at the bottom of the page select EMBY for module and put in your BOT username/Password

 

Save and done:

 

In product select the emby module and assign the server you just added.

Any questions feel free to ask.

 

Hi! 

In step 2 you are you referring to a brand new sql user? 


Edited by sc4nd4l, 03 December 2019 - 05:14 AM.


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Posted 03 December 2019 - 09:25 AM

I know the module, used to use it myself now run a custom one, but I can probably help you set it up.

The instructions they give are wrong first off so I'll write out how I got it to work. Yes I did try to explain all this to them but they pretty much dropped all support for this and it hasn't been updated since January 2019.

 

Make a new server:

 

Step 1 Make a NEW Emby admin account with emby connect. ( this will be the "BOT" account )

Step 2 Make a database user with the SAME username and password as your Emby BOT ( first mistake in instructions )

Step 3 Hostname = your emby server ie 24.65.43.222:8096 NO HTTP!!

Step 4 IP Address actually is your Database I.P ( localhost ) this is where the instructions screw up again

Step 5 Down at the bottom of the page select EMBY for module and put in your BOT username/Password

 

Save and done:

 

In product select the emby module and assign the server you just added.

Any questions feel free to ask.

Thank you I am going to try this out and see if I can get it to work!



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Posted 04 December 2019 - 07:21 PM

Hi! 

In step 2 you are you referring to a brand new sql user? 

Hey did you figure this out, realizing I'm not sure what to do here either...






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