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Unread 05-12-2007, 01:24 AM   #1
irenevan
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encoder max for connected servers (publishing points)?

I'm setting up additional Windows Media Servers so the encoder would
eventually receive 6 total connections. when I get to the 6th i receive the
following error on the Windows Media Server: "The server is currently unable
to handle the request due to a temporary overloading or maintenance of the
server. Error Code: 0xc00d2ee6."

Searched TechNet but it didn't locate anything for that error code.

Searched MSDN and it only offered a best practices with a listing of error
codes and "description of recommended action" which wasn't very helpful.
NS_E_SERVER_UNAVAILABLE The client connected to the server, but the server is
unable to respond. You should display an error message in response to this
error.

 
Unread 07-12-2007, 03:03 PM   #2
gyokimae
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RE: encoder max for connected servers (publishing points)?

By default Windows Media Encoder is set to allow up to 5 clients.
This can be increased up to 50 by modifying the following registery settings.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\Microsoft \Windows Media
Tools\Encoder\MaxClientConnections

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The following is my understanding but may be incorrect.
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.... However, if you are running the encoder on Windows XP, accepting more
than 10 clients may violate the agreement you have with Microsoft.
The fact that an authorized XP user may not use this OS to serve more than
10 clients is noted in the file,
c:\windows\system32\eula.txt

 
Unread 07-12-2007, 03:03 PM   #3
gyokimae
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RE: encoder max for connected servers (publishing points)?

By default Windows Media Encoder is set to allow up to 5 clients.
This can be increased up to 50 by modifying the following registery settings.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\Microsoft \Windows Media
Tools\Encoder\MaxClientConnections

--
The following is my understanding but may be incorrect.
--

.... However, if you are running the encoder on Windows XP, accepting more
than 10 clients may violate the agreement you have with Microsoft.
The fact that an authorized XP user may not use this OS to serve more than
10 clients is noted in the file,
c:\windows\system32\eula.txt

 
Unread 07-12-2007, 03:03 PM   #4
gyokimae
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RE: encoder max for connected servers (publishing points)?

By default Windows Media Encoder is set to allow up to 5 clients.
This can be increased up to 50 by modifying the following registery settings.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\Microsoft \Windows Media
Tools\Encoder\MaxClientConnections

--
The following is my understanding but may be incorrect.
--

.... However, if you are running the encoder on Windows XP, accepting more
than 10 clients may violate the agreement you have with Microsoft.
The fact that an authorized XP user may not use this OS to serve more than
10 clients is noted in the file,
c:\windows\system32\eula.txt

 
Unread 07-12-2007, 03:13 PM   #5
gyokimae
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RE: encoder max for connected servers (publishing points)?

By default Windows Media Encoder is set to allow up to 5 clients.
This can be increased up to 50 by modifying the following registery settings.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\Microsoft \Windows Media
Tools\Encoder\MaxClientConnections

--
The following is my understanding but may be incorrect.
--

.... However, if you are running the encoder on Windows XP, accepting more
than 10 clients may violate the agreement you have with Microsoft.
The fact that an authorized XP user may not use this OS to serve more than
10 clients is noted in the file,
c:\windows\system32\eula.txt

 
Unread 07-12-2007, 03:42 PM   #6
gyokimae
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RE: encoder max for connected servers (publishing points)?

By default Windows Media Encoder is set to allow up to 5 clients.
This can be increased up to 50 by modifying the following registery settings.

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\Microsoft \Windows Media
Tools\Encoder\MaxClientConnections

--
The following is my understanding but may be incorrect.
--

.... However, if you are running the encoder on Windows XP, accepting more
than 10 clients may violate the agreement you have with Microsoft.
The fact that an authorized XP user may not use this OS to serve more than
10 clients is noted in the file,
c:\windows\system32\eula.txt

 
 

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