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MusicService Beta

Control your music from the LAN/Internet!


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  • Last Updated: Sep 11, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: Flash Plugin 7 or higher

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MusicService is a Servers & Network software developed by GoCoding.Com. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for MusicService:

BrothersoftEditor: MusicService is a windows NT service that will play audio files from a playlist. It was designed so that music can be played on one computer and controlled (via HTTP) from another computer(s). The service runs even when one active user is logged on. So on system the boot the music can play even before any user has logged on.

The playlist and control of the music can be accessed through MusicService build in HTTP webserver. If more than one user is accessing the MusicService the other persons actions will be updated to the user. (eg: if the track/playlist changes)

This webserver (which can be password protected, using Basic Authentication) will pass a web PaGE and a Flash control to the client.This Flash control is used to gain access and control to the MusicService.

MusicService Features:
MusicService remembers the playlist / current track etc. when it is restarted on boot.
Playlist can have up to 3000 tracks in it (depending on the system). And can loop continuosly for 24/7 if required.
Runs as a LocalSystem Service. And requires no authentication to run.
Builtin HTTP/1.1 compliant(ish) web server.
Fully secure against path exploits.
Ability to protect access with WWW-Authenticate (ie: Logon with usename/password).
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for MusicService,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with MusicService.