On-premise clients can make changes to media server settings.
Communifire has advanced storage settings which allow you to store videos, photos, files and content files on your own storage devices. If you're worried about your web server not having enough space, use this area to take the heavy load of data off your web server.
The Communifire Installation process creates the following default media servers:
You can easily change these media servers per your own unique requirements.
Let us assume you want to store photos and videos both in different locations, and on different hard drives. For example, you may want to store all user photos on C:\UserPhotos and all videos on D:\UserVideos. First you would need to create two virtual directories (or websites) in IIS to map these two physical locations. Let's say you created:
Just make sure that the new media server network location you add has read-write permissions set for the account which will write to that location. (IIS Worker Process/UserAccount)
Next you need to create two media server entries adding the virtual directories.
Then you need to "tell" Communifire "to use" these media servers while storing photos and videos uploaded by the user. For this, perform the following steps:
After setting these options, all user photos will get stored at C:\UserPhotos and videos at D:\UserVideos.
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