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josejuan05
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I hope people are still watching this. Otherwise I might PM nystedberry if there is response. Anyways:
I recently started running Windows 7 (the Release Candidate). I understand that this is new software, and likely unsupported, but I have been getting the following problem, and I don’t think it’s just a Windows 7 thing.

I have SilverPlay (version 0.1.1, the newest version, I believe) installed in a subdirectory of the Apache server root (e.g. “myip.dyndns.org/SilverPlay”) and I would like it to access my FireFly server at the same domain, but at the FireFly port (e.g. myip.dyndns.org:9999). However, when I do this, it immediately throws the login prompt as if I were to log in to the admin root. It is my understanding that the purpose of the ClientAccessPolicy.xml file is to allow the “outside server” (in this case, Apache) to access the FireFly server’s music and info without administrative login. I have tried placing the supplied ClientAccessPolicy.xml file (along with an even less restrictive one provided by Microsoft) in every server and directory root to no avail. Am I doing something wrong?

I should note that the installation worked correctly on the Ubuntu server (Versions 8.04,8.10, and 9.04).