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    is there a way to view all files in GB-PVR web server

    is there a way to view all files in GB-PVR web server

    like ading a new catagory called all files

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturn View Post
    is there a way to view all files in GB-PVR web server

    like adding a new category called all files
    Could be done....but I don't see it getting added....the browsing of folders that is available is directly related to the functionality of GBPVR....meaning you can access your music, videos, recorded programs and pictures......a general file browser is not in scope of EWA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleJohnsBand View Post
    Could be done....but I don't see it getting added....the browsing of folders that is available is directly related to the functionality of GBPVR....meaning you can access your music, videos, recorded programs and pictures......a general file browser is not in scope of EWA.
    Wouldn't it also open up for security problems as for now it is limited to only access some files that you allow to be viewed. With a general browser that you only log in with name and password on a an open channel (no encrypting are done ASFAIK when you log on to your web server GBPVR) which could endanger your system from outsider attack or an easy forgotten log out on a public computer. Better to only use dedicated folder/space for this purpose.
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    Yeah, I'm also not keen on the security aspects of browsing files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blizard View Post
    Wouldn't it also open up for security problems as for now it is limited to only access some files that you allow to be viewed. With a general browser that you only log in with name and password on a an open channel (no encrypting are done ASFAIK when you log on to your web server GBPVR) which could endanger your system from outsider attack or an easy forgotten log out on a public computer. Better to only use dedicated folder/space for this purpose.
    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Yeah, I'm also not keen on the security aspects of browsing files.
    Yep....have to agree with both of you.....

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