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  1. Just wondering, what has been the experience of others using Windows Server 2012 Optimizer. In early September I loaned my Zuma to one of the world's most famous amp designers (the current Stereophile has a super positive review of one of his amps) and he loved it so much with Windows 2012, Jplay/JRiver and the Audiophile Optimizer that he won't give it back (literally!). And he's stopped all other playback -- CD's, other servers (and he has a lot of them), etc. He did offer to buy it but after hearing how much he liked it, I refused and told him to build his own. I'm curious if others have had the same experience. I'm getting the Zuma back November 9 and am anxious to hear it for myself. One more note: I'd had the Zuma running with Window 8 and JRiver and it couldn't touch the quality of what I got playing a CD through my Wright tube-modded Oppo 95 so I stopped using it. The amp designer has the newer tube-modded Oppo 105 and he says the Zuma with Server 2012/JRiver-JPlay and the Optimizer is much better than what he finds on playing a CD with even his Oppo.
  2. Using HySolid and JPlay combination is a great addition to the exceptional sound quality that AudioPhil's AudiophileOptimizer already produces on Windows Server 2016. Which in my estimation outshines Windows Server 2012 R2 for audio sound qualities. AudiophileOptimizer 2.20 beta 4 with Windows Server 2016 Core is just wonderful to sit and listen to what computer audio as a transport has achieved. Step-by-step configuration for HySolid/JPlay on Windows Server 2016 Core mode. Configuring HySolid to work with JPlay on Windows Server 2016 Core · Uninstall Fidelizer · Enable remote access to access Audio-PC from another computer 1. From the Windows 2016 Core computer: netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="Remote Service Management" new enable=yes 2. From the remote GUI computer (Windows 10 or Windows Server 2012 R2): 3. Open a Command Prompt and enter the following command to access the Netsh CLI on a remote machine: netsh -r hostname -u domain\admin -p password (hostname = Windows 2016 computer name; password = password to login to Windows 2016 computer) 4. From the remote GUI computer (Windows 10 or Windows Server 2012 R2 open the Services applet 5. Select connect to another computer 6. Type in the IP address of the Windows 2016 core server 7. Go to the service for Hysolid and Hysolidm 8. Stop both services 9. Change the logon 10. Type: .\user_name (user_name is the logged on account name on the Windows 2016 computer, very important that you type the .\ or the service will not start) 11. Type password and confirm 12. Do for both services (Hysolid and Hysolidm) 13. Start the services 14. Go to the Windows 2016 Core computer 15. Check that the HySolid service has the correct logon information from the services applet in Task Manager 16. Run AO and optimize as you normally would 17. Configure JPlay to use KS 18. Configure HySolid on the iPad/iPhone 19. Play and enjoy music 20. Install and configure ProcessLAsso (if you use it) 21. Install and configure Fidelizer 22. Play and enjoy music