Network setup

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  1. sadee

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    I am a MP newbie and would like to set up a backend system and a frontend system over my home network. Is this possible?


     
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    Not with MP at the moment, as it does not support a client/server structure.

    You can however store music and video clips on a main server and tell MP to use them though.

    If you want TV, you'll need a TV card in each client.

    Sam
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I have one more question is it possible to use xbox media center with media portal.
     
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