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Just wondering, what has been the experience of others using Windows Server 2012 Optimizer. In early September I loaned my Zuma to one of the world's most famous amp designers (the current Stereophile has a super positive review of one of his amps) and he loved it so much with Windows 2012, Jplay/JRiver and the Audiophile Optimizer that he won't give it back (literally!). And he's stopped all other playback -- CD's, other servers (and he has a lot of them), etc. He did offer to buy it but after hearing how much he liked it, I refused and told him to build his own. I'm curious if o
Following is a procedure for setting up a PC to run Windows 10 diskless (i.e. with no local storage). This procedure should also work for setting up diskless Windows Server 2012/ Windows Server 2012 R2, though I have not tried it. This is a Windows-only procedure with no Linux involvement, so no Linux expertise is required. "Server" refers to the PC running Windows Server 2012 with iSCSI target service acting as remote disk server. "Client" refers to the diskless PC booting OS remotely over Ethernet. It is up to the individual user to decide which of their audio PCs to run diskles
Hello, I hope somebody can help me with the following problem. I have a two PC setup, one Control PC and one AudioPC. The ControlPC is on Windows 8.1 and only running RoonServer. I had my AudioPC also on Windows 8.1 and only running RoonBridge, but decided to change to Windows Server 2012 R2 to further improve the sound quality by using Audiophile Optimizer. The installation did go OK with only an .INF-file I had to change to get the driver for the network adapter (Intel i217-V) accepted. But after running Audiophile Optimizer at the last part when Windows is doing the changes I get the messag