plex and xbmc client for ATV

just updated my ATV to 4.2.1
anyway i got the the termianl through ssh using the username root and password alpine

echo “deb http://www.ambertation.de ./downloads/PLEX/” > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/plex.list
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade

then i did

apt-get install org.xbmc.xbmc-atv2
and
apt-get install com.plex.client-plugin

on my mac i installed plex server plugin available here
if your not lucky enough to own a mac or your using a unpnp server use xbmc and a the unpnp source.

im very happy with the new plex update – ive gained fast forward funtion on plex and it resumes now!!

enjoy hackers

if plex is a bitch remove it using apt then do apt-get clean and follow this link

http://forums.plexapp.com/index.php/topic/20051-plex-client-for-apple-tv-2g/

it worked for me 😉

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adding vpn users on sbs 2008

this sucks asss but this is the way to do it!

1. Right-click on ‘Computer’ on the Start Menu and select Properties.2. On the left-hand side of the screen press the ‘Advanced System Settings’ link.3. Select the ‘Remote’ tab.4. At the bottom of this screen, press the ‘Select Users’ button.5. The list will most probably be empty.6. Add the user that you wish to grant logon access via Remote Desktop.Now that step is complete we need to grant the user ‘Allow Logon Through Terminal Services’ right via Group Policy.1. Load ‘Group Policy Management’ from ‘Administration Tools’ on the Start Menu.2. From the left-hand tree, expand the option ‘Group Policy Objects’.3. Select ‘Default Domain Controllers Policy’, right-click it and go to ‘Edit’.4. Under ‘Computer Settings’ expand ‘Policies’ > ‘Windows Settings’ > ‘Security Settings’ > ‘Local Policies’ > ‘User Rights Assignment’5. Select ‘User Rights Assignment’ to show the settings in the right-hand pane.6. Find the setting ‘Allow Logon Through Terminal Services’. Double-click it.7. Select ‘Define these policy settings’ then press the ‘Add User or Group’ button.8. MAKE SURE YOU ADD THE Domain Admins GROUP TO THE LIST OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE LOCKED OUT OF YOUR SERVER!9. Then add the user that you wish to grant access to.10. From the Start Menu run gpupdate /force
1. Right-click on ‘Computer’ on the Start Menu and select Properties.
2. On the left-hand side of the screen press the ‘Advanced System Settings’ link.
3. Select the ‘Remote’ tab.
4. At the bottom of this screen, press the ‘Select Users’ button.
5. The list will most probably be empty.
6. Add the user that you wish to grant logon access via Remote Desktop.

Now that step is complete we need to grant the user ‘Allow Logon Through Terminal Services’ right via Group Policy.

1. Load ‘Group Policy Management’ from ‘Administration Tools’ on the Start Menu.
2. From the left-hand tree, expand the option ‘Group Policy Objects’.
3. Select ‘Default Domain Controllers Policy’, right-click it and go to ‘Edit’.
4. Under ‘Computer Settings’ expand ‘Policies’ > ‘Windows Settings’ > ‘Security Settings’ > ‘Local Policies’ > ‘User Rights Assignment’
5. Select ‘User Rights Assignment’ to show the settings in the right-hand pane.
6. Find the setting ‘Allow Logon Through Terminal Services’. Double-click it.
7. Select ‘Define these policy settings’ then press the ‘Add User or Group’ button.
8. MAKE SURE YOU ADD THE Domain Admins GROUP TO THE LIST OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE LOCKED OUT OF YOUR SERVER!
9. Then add the user that you wish to grant access to.
10. From the Start Menu run gpupdate /force