ThaDraGun wrote:Running as a service means it will be on all the time, and I don't have to start up PSM everytime I want to use it? Different then just putting it in the startup menu?
I selected Install as a windows service but it doesnt look like it did anything.
When browsing to the PMS folder there is no folder "service"
- Running vista ultimate x64
Running PMS as a service means it will be on whenever your media server or host machine is on. Putting this in the start menu won't work reliably (or at least I was unable to get it to work). To open the Services list, type Services in the Start Search window. This will open the services window. I'm at work now but I believe the name of the service is shown as PS3 Media Server or something to that effect. Make sure this service is enabled and set to start automatically. Once that is done, follow my above steps to get wrapper.exe through your firewall. If the PS3 Media server is not shown as a service, something else is wrong. Maybe you can try hitting that Install as a Windows Service button again. If that doesn't work, try uninstalling PMS, re-install it and hit that button again.