Either I have the world's flakiest Windows Home Server set up or there's something missing in my configuration.
I have had my Soundbridge for four years or more. It worked great on my PC and worked even better when I added a WHS a couple of years ago.
Then I got really fancy and dumped 500 gigs of tunes onto the server. Yikes. Things went south but fast.
I looked around for solutions and found that dumping Windows Connector and replacing it with firefly was the best way to go.
I seemed to get it running okay but it comes and goes. Some days it still either can't connect or when it does can't download the play lists. Then when on the days it does download the playlists not everything is there.
I have three folders. lets say a b and c
So far it looks like only C is getting listed through I have specified the entire music folder on the server.....do I have to list each one separately and if so how do I do that through the browse function since it only seems to let me do one location.
Also, once in a while my Windows Playlists pop up and I can play them...but most of the time they don't show up.
I have uninstalled WHS Console. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Network Magic. And ZoneLabsAV........
ALso, I can't even access the music on my PC....I moved almost all thefiles to the server but the PC has a few files and I can't even see them through the Roku.
According to my Network Magic map, both the Roku and the Server are on the network.
and I can access the server from my PC though I was having issues which were eventually tracked to a corrupt .Net file. I'm guessing that I would need to specific multiple locations ....so again how do it do that??
this random access makes it seem like the SB has a mind of its own.