PLEASE DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS, AS THEY COULD CAUSE YOU SOME HEADACHES
But thanks for the props
I have already covered this logon issue in the guide.
Its under the section clearly labled:
[size=150]TVERSITY WINDOWS LOGON ISSUES (aka the Tversity services.msc issue)*[/size]
The process outlined by this user is NOT necessary, and even creating the logon should NOT be necessary.
I have also already covered the issue with the SSDP/WMP Sharing/ UPnP.
The newest version of Tversity makes these changes (or gives the option to have Tversity do it for you, I believe) automatically.
DO NOT DISABLE SSDP. This may work for this user, but it will likely cause DLNA errors.
The UPnP service is replaced by the Tversity Server and this now handles the UPnP fuction & Tversity function.
It appears that if you had this issue you may not be using the newest version of Tversity, or you aren’t using Vista, OR you have Vista User Account Control on (the single most annoying thing Micro$haft has ever conceived).[/quote]
yes the TVersity services issue is described the only problem is that when I tried to set the service to log on as myself…it would give me a log on failure error, which is why I had to do the whole workaround in local policies. I assume most people wont run into this issue and will just be able to set the service to log on as themselves…but not for me…and yes I am using old TVersity …RC4 to be exact (i didnt want to void my KarnaG3 warranty )
I am using Vista and I do have UAC turned off it was a problem with local policies…technically the service was allowed to log in as me (Administrators group was added) but for some reason it didnt listen, so I had to add myself to the allowed list (I am in administrator group anyway).
as far as SSDP…i usually shut off most of services and turn them on when I need them
btw creating a separate log on for the TVersity service is not only unnecessary but it will also NOT WORK. The service HAS to log on as the same user that installed ffdshow.