In the previous post we have gathered a list of workstations that required their Microsoft .NET Framework to be downgraded. Let’s downgrade them remotely using the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC).
One of our customers has been requested to uninstall certain .NET framework versions from their workstations: it had surfaced that the EVS IPDirector version that the they were running was incompatible with anything above .NET Framework 4.5.1…
Our customer has noticed that certain searches for media files performed by operators would run slowly and not yield any results. In this case, however, it did not mean that there was no media to return: we have faced one of the strangest SQL Server errors known to DBAs.
This week I had a chance to work on an interesting project involving a beautiful free piece of software called Caspar CG. And we have enhanced it with metadata from EVS IPDirector!