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Files won't stream on Windows 2003 Server IIS6
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Please help. I have followed the instructions on http://h264.code-shop.com/trac/wiki/Mod-H264-Streaming-Internet-Information-Services-IIS-Version2 step by step and the video is playing just fine but it is not seeking appropriately.

Here are the screenshots: http://ourcollegeplan.com/Sandbox/videos/new/screenshots.JPG

And here is where I am testing this:

http://ourcollegeplan.com/Sandbox/videos/new/

Any help is appreciated, Thank You!

  • Message #1279

    Hi Joe,

    Your configuration looks okay. From looking at the response headers, the .mp4 video file isn't processed by the module though.

    Are you running a 32-bit OS?

    Regards,

    • Message #1280

      We are on Windows 2003 standard edition SP2. Do we need to restart he box?

      • Message #1281

        Joe,

        I don't see anything wrong with your configuration. The only thing I can think of is that the module's handler is not enabled for a specific website.

        Is the 'Application Extension Mapping' that you list in your screenshot applicable to all the websites listed?

        Regards,

        • Message #1282

          I only edited the properties (The Home directory tab) for one of the 6 sites on the box. Do I have to edit this for every site?

          • Message #1283

            It worked, your a genius. The property has to be edited at the Website level (the Web Sites folder property) not at the individual site level. Once this is done it works like a charm.

            Thanks

            • Message #1284

              Crap never mind it didn't work. I was fast forwarding on a video that had already been downloaded and so it obiously was working but jumping to another segment of the movie (streaming) is still now working :-( Any other suggestions?

              Thank You

  • Message #1322

    Joe

    I've been having a similar issue with a client ..... and see from your test links above that you seem to have cracked it. Can you share any assistance? Also running JWplayer on IIS6 on Win2003.

    amr (at) alanmrobertson.net

    Thanks in anticipation.

    Alan

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