Cheers, unfortunately my music is on a networked driveIn the SBS Control Panel you can set it to run as a service on system start so that no logon is required. You shouldn't need to enter any login credentials for this setting unless your library is on a networked drive, but I had to to get the service to start on WHS with the current 7.5.3.
Note that you have to stop the server before you can make changes. You may also need to run the CP as Administrator.
Squeezebox Server as a Service - SqueezeboxWiki
To clarify, I shut down my server when not in use, so I'm looking at a cold boot scenario as opposed to an awake from sleep>my Windows Server 2008 requires a logon & password to boot into the O/S<
Isn't there a Windows tweak so it'll go straight into a default account. My Vista install certainly has this.
NB. Fair enough you need to enter logon info at boot, but if the Server is just doing sleep/wake-on-LAN I'm not sure if credential are needed? Maybe Server 2008 is much tighter on this security things than Vista/Windows 7...
Don't assume that this will be the case.I am not interested in the wireless music capability because wireless connections usually gets sound drop outs.
You can get it for £165.97 here -:Hi, I am thinking of getting a Logitech Squeezebox Touch here is the link from Amazon Logitech Squeezebox Touch: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
I am not interested in the wireless music capability because wireless connections usually gets sound drop outs. I am interested in the USB port for playing music, just wondered if anyone could enlighten me if it would play from a HDD & do gapless music playback from this like Live music albums or Pink Floyd albums like Dark Side of the Moon where songs are continous without gaps.
Not definitive, but gives you an ideaCan someone please compare touchs sound and dac with nads budget universal or cd players? Thnx