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awraynor

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  1. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    My biggest frustration with Plex is that it's not uncommon for me to lose connectivity outside my home network. Emby is more alike than different, but the configuration confuses me more. I'll often run an Emby instance as a backup to Plex if remote connectivity is lost. More often than not however if I'm going on a trip I'll just sync media to my Surface Pro4 and view it that way.
  2. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    I'm slow. Knew there were a lot of Linux fans out there and I didn't understand why they kept all the old ISO's. I've been on Plex since leaving my O.G. X-Box with XBMC. I've got a lifetime license to Emby and just tried it again. It's full-featured, but just not as intuitive to me.
  3. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    I've heard talk of that strategy â˜ºï¸ It's the 30 plus drives that would be expensive. A friend has shared his >3k movie and TV cloud library with me. If I only had time for all of that.
  4. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    Thankfully I'm not a video purist. I have around 1100 DVD's backed up, couldn't afford to backup that many Blu-Rays.
  5. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    Just what do you store on all those drives. I've got a lot of personal pictures and home videos, but nothing requiring 33 drives.
  6. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    Holy Cow. 33 drives. I have just 4 drives, but won't to see only the DrivePool letter in Windows explorer. I'll go ahead and hide the independent disks. Thanks so much.
  7. awraynor

    Hide Drives In Pool

    In Windows Explorer I want to see the OS drive and my Pool only, not all the drives comprising the pool. I went to delete the drive letters for those drives, but it warns me some programs may not work. If I do this will DrivePool still see the drives, or will it cause issues? I didn't want to try it and mess things up.
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