WPF Media Player causing problem on 64-bit Windows 2008

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WPF Media Player causing problem on 64-bit Windows 2008

Postby Faisal Shafiq » Sun, 10 Aug 2008 21:29:45 GMT

I have created a windows service in C# using Visual Studio 2008. This 
windows
service is meant to synchronize the Video Content information that has been
uploaded into an SLS (Silverlight Streaming Service) account. In order to 
get
a video's meta information (such as duration etc.) and generate it's
thumbnail without downloading it to our server, I am using WPF's MediaPlayer
class.

The service works fine in Windows Server 2003 32 bit and 64 bit edition.
However, it doesn't work in our deployment environment which is Windows
Server 2008 64 bit edition. The player simply fails to retrieve any video's
meta data and thumbnail generation doesn't work either. I don't have any 
idea
what is going wrong here. Event Viewer seems to have no clue about the
problem. Can somebody please guide me towards the problem resolution as i
have already slipped my deadline.

Thanks 


Re: WPF Media Player causing problem on 64-bit Windows 2008

Postby Charlie Russel - MVP » Sun, 10 Aug 2008 22:48:03 GMT

You'll want to post this on one of the MSDN forums appropriate to what 
you're doing. This is primarily a consumer and IT pro newsgroup, and not a 
developer group. The first test, it seems to me, is to try it in Server 2k8 
32-bit, and see if the problem exists there. I suspect it will, since my 
hunch is that you're using or expecting something that isn't available in 
Server 2008, or isn't installed by default. Roles in Server 2k8 are far more 
narrowly defined, and only the minimum services are enabled and exposed for 
the roles installed.

-- 
Charlie.






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