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Carl Maskelyne
2005-02-16, 15:54
Don't think w2003 server has built in firewall (think Microsoft just put
that onto XP SP2) so you should not need to do this unless you are running a
personal firewall on the machine. If you are running W2003 server behind a
firewall and only need access on your internal network it should work fine.

I am afraid I cannot comment on performance as my server is quite highly
spec'ed and running as an MP3 box for about 40000 tracks.


Carl Maskelyne
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-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Herger [mailto:slim (AT) herger (DOT) net]
Sent: 16 February 2005 13:08
To: Slim Devices Discussion
Subject: [slim] SlimServer and Win 2003

> Will SlimServer run on Windows 2003?


> Does the user have to be logged into
> the box to run the app, or does it run as a service? Are there

It does run as a service.

> supporting
> libraries that need to be installed?

Only if you're using 3rd party plugins which use additional modules.

Be sure to open your machine's firewall on the required ports!



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