Q: What are all the available APIs that WindowsMediaStats provide?
A: Simply hit http://sever:7070/ to retrieve the list of supported APIs available.
Q: I just installed WindowsMediaStats and I'm getting an HTTP 404 response, can you help?
A: Er, did you remember to get an evaluation license in the download page?
Q: What is the default port number that WindowsMediaStats listen to, and how do I change it?
A: The default port number is 7070. To change it, simply modify the file WindowsMediaStats.exe.config and restart the service.
Q: Where do I see the logs for WindowsMediaStats?
A: Logs are stored as events in the Event Viewer (Start > Administrative Tools > Event Viewer).
Q: What is the software requirements needed by WindowsMediaStats?
A: WindowsMediaStats needs both Microsoft.net Framework version 2.0.50727 and 3.5. Note that version 3.0 and 3.5 are just "incremental" updates to 2.0.
Q: What are the licensing requirement for WindowsMediaStats?
A: A license is required for each Windows Media server host.
Q: Where do I install WindowsMediaStats?
A: WindowsMediaStats needs to be installed on the Windows Media server host directly.