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          <rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">You can easily restrict the IP ranges by:

# Go to '''Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Internet Information Services Manager'''
# Expand the server and the web site node under it
# Select the '''ensemble video web site''' and go to '''Properties'''
# Go under the '''Directory Security''' tab
# Click the '''Edit''' button under the '''IP address and domain name restrictions'''
# Select '''Denied Access''' for '''By default, all computers will be'''
# For each IP range in your spread sheet, click '''Add''', select '''Group of computers''' and enter the IP range and the subnet mask.

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# Download and unzip the BAT file from the following location:
# Edit the Batch File to point to your MediaSubmitFolder.   The batch file is setup to point to the default location (C:\ProgramData\Rhozet\Carbon Coder\Nexus\MediaSubmitFolder).   However, if you have changed the default location you can query the location:
## Open '''Carbon Coder Admin'''
## Click on '''Tools''' then '''Kernel Settings'''
## In the Kernel Settings window scroll down until you find a property called “Media Submission Path*”.   This is the location of your Media Submit Folder for Rhozet.   You will have to convert the UNC path formatting to a local path formatting for the script to work.   For example:&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;'''&quot;\\server\c$\programdata\Rhozet\CarbonCoder\Nexus\MediaSubmitFolder&quot;   '''&lt;br /&gt;Would equate to the following local path for the BAT file'''&quot;C:\ProgramData\Rhozet\CarbonCoder\Nexus\MediaSubmitFolder&quot;'''&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
## Edit the BAT file and replace the /P “local path to media source” with the local path you determined above.  Note: you must include double quotes if the path has a space in the name.
## Next you can edit the “/D -2” parameter.   By default, the script deletes anything older than 2 days.   You can keep more files by increase the -2 to a -5 (if you wanted to keep 5 days’ worth of files on the server.
## Save the changes and make note of where you are storing the BAT file.
## Open Windows Task Scheduler and create a new &quot;Basic Task&quot; and point to the BAT file you just finished modifying.   Set the BAT file to run once a day.</rev>