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(and the TV is a Media Center Extender device), you can add the TV to your network, and then configure the Windows Media Center on the Windows Vista computer to recognize the device The device can now play the TV shows that have been recorded on the Windows Vista computer
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You need to meet some basic requirements in order to use a Windows Media Center Extender These include
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A network This can be either a wired or wireless network The Windows Media Center Extender device and the computer running Windows Media Center must both be on the same subnet Because some of the communication is done via broadcasts, and routers don t pass broadcasts, both devices must be on the same side of the router (same subnet) Check out 5 for a complete description of what a subnet is and how to verify both are on the same subnet A Media Center Extender device This can be any device that has Windows Media Center Extender functionality built in This device has a setup key that will uniquely identify it in your network A Media Center computer You need a computer running Windows Vista Home, Premium, or Ultimate Editions You configure this with the setup key of the extender device
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EXAM TIP The Windows Media Center and the Windows Media Center Extender device must be on the same subnet Initial communication is done through broadcasts, and if they aren t on the same subnet, they won t be able to establish the initial communication This is generally not a problem in a home network, but if the setup key has been entered correctly and the extender device is still not working, check the subnet
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After you ve met the requirements to use a Windows Media Center extender, you next need to add the device to your home network If you re running a wired network with DHCP, simply plug the device into the network with an Ethernet cable For more information on creating and configuring wired networks, check out 5 For wireless networks, you ll need to configure the wireless information such as the SSID and the WPA password Hopefully you re not using WEP anymore, but if so, you ll need to configure the WEP key See 6 for more information on configuring wireless networks and devices in a wireless network Next, you need to identify the setup key for your extender device This setup key is used by the Windows Media Center to authenticate the extender device Most Windows Media Center Extender devices include a remote with a special button known as the Windows Media Center Green Start button When you press this, you ll be able to access the setup key
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You then need to enter the setup key into the Windows Media Center Launch the Windows Media Center by clicking Start | All Programs and selecting Windows Media Center Select Tasks | Add Extender On the Extender Setup screen, click Next The Extender Setup screen will appear as shown in Figure 15-14 Enter the setup key here Click Next and follow the remaining steps in the Extender Setup Wizard
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Figure 15-14 Adding the Windows Media Extender device setup key
Once you complete the configuration, you can then use the extender device to play content that is on the Windows Media Center computer
Playing Media Only
It s possible to configure the Windows Media Center in Media Only mode This can be used on public computers used to play media content in full-screen mode It hides the Windows Minimize and Close buttons so that users are less likely to accidentally stop the display Figure 15-15 shows the menu choice to select Media Only This choice is found on the Tasks menu, scrolled all the way to the right Once selected, the Windows Media Center will be displayed in full-screen mode You can exit the full screen mode by pressing the CTRL-ESC keys simultaneously to access other windows You can also select Tasks | Exit Media Only mode to return to normal
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