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Decrypt Greyed Out in Webif

Discussion in 'HD/HDR-FOX T2 Customised Firmware' started by ntm1275, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. ntm1275

    ntm1275 Member

    I have a HD recording which I want to decrypt, but the option is greyed out in Webif, other recordings has the decrypt available as an option, so it's only this one recording

    I did a search for a resolution and found a possible resolution by 'editing a tcl script' posted by Raydon

    I have search the root of the Hummy and have found several oo.tcl and cgi.tcl files in multiple folders

    Has anybody any idea what I need to do here, as the post by Radon doesn't give any more information
  2. ntm1275

    ntm1275 Member


    I removed the 'auto-unprotect' package, and then installed it again, followed by rebooting the Hummy, and now the Decrypt option is available for this recording
  3. af123

    af123 Administrator Staff Member

    The most likely cause for it being greyed out is that it hadn't been indexed by the media server yet. Did you notice whether it had the DLNA icon next to it? A reboot causes a re-index so would likely solve it.
  4. ntm1275

    ntm1275 Member

    You are correct af123

    There was no 'indexed by DLNA server' icon next to the recording, but it appeared after the reboot

    Does that mean that I only needed the reboot for it to work, saving the uninstall/reinstall of the 'auto-unprotect' package?

    Now that it has decrypted, the recording in the 'original' folder has no 'indexed by DLNA server' icon, and the greyed out Decrypt
  5. af123

    af123 Administrator Staff Member

    Yes, the reboot would have been enough, or it should have indexed eventually. Had you recently renamed the file? It can take the indexer a while to catch up.