Can't connect to Database from TV Client

Discussion in 'General Support' started by RLinSweden, September 20, 2009.

  1. RLinSweden
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    When I try to start TV or radio in a Client-PC There is allways error on connecting to Database.
    I have tryed to open every possibillity for access, but without success . Same result with all Firewalls closed.
    What have I missed? In earlier versions there where no problems.
    Thanks in advance for some hints.



    Kind regards

    RLinSweden
     
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