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If you set JRiver MC as your shell how do you to a command prompt to run the service tool?

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When you are remotimg in via Remote Desktop I didn't think ctrl-alt-del worked.

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When you are remotimg in via Remote Desktop I didn't think ctrl-alt-del worked.

 

When using remote desktop (RDP/RDC) you need to type <ctrl> + <alt> + <end> to get to Task Manager.

 

Another way to get to the command prompt while in JMRC is to go to the file menu, choose "Open Media File", browse to c:\windows\system32 and pick cmd.exe.


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JRiver Shell Issue:

 

I am running JRiver 21 with Windows Server 2012 R2. When I select JRiver as my Shell choice in AO, a prompt indicates that JRiver cannot be found and that I must install it in the proper Default Directory. It is installed in the C: (x86) Programs Folder - it's proper default location! And, I can play music with it in GUI and Core Mode so it IS working!

 

How can I solve this problem and create a JRiver Shell?

 

Please provide step-by-step directions.

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Hi

 

Back when AO 1.40 was released, the newest JRiver version available was 20.

 

AO 2.00 will contain the needed updates for JRiver 21 as well as for the "future" version 22.

 

Best,

Phil

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